The Rev. Trevor R. Babb+
Rector of Christ Church New Brighton

The Rev. Trevor R. Babb+,  Rector of Christ Church New Brighton

Fr. Trevor is a national of Barbados with an employment and educational background in the areas of Electrical/Mechanical Engineering, Business Administration, and Human Resource Management.

Prior to entering theological seminary, he was employed by Intel Barbados, Ltd. for over nine years, six of which were in Human Resource Management. Fr. Trevor entered The University of the West Indies and Codrington Theological College, Barbados in 1986. He graduated in 1989 with an Honors Degree in Theology and a Diploma in Pastoral Studies. He has also participated in several continuing education seminars and workshops including Congregational Conflict and Resolutions, Anti-Racism Training, Real Collaboration, Stewardship and Evangelism, Pastoral Care for Urban Centers, New Visions Initiative and Fundamentals of Transitional Ministry: The Work of the Leader.

In the spring of 1992, Fr. Trevor immigrated to the United States and settled in Springfield Massachusetts, where he was received as a priest in the Episcopal Church, USA in the Diocese of Western Massachusetts. He and his family became U. S. citizens in December 2000. In May 2004 Fr. Trevor graduated from Yale Divinity School with a Master’s Degree in Sacred Theology.

Fr. Trevor is currently canonically resident in the Diocese of Southern Ohio and served as the second Rector of St. Simon of Cyrene Episcopal Church, Lincoln Heights, Ohio until December 31, 2016. He currently serves on several community boards/committees in the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio and surrounding municipalities as well as is the Mid-West Regional Director for the Union of Black Episcopalians (UBE) – an organization committed to eradicating racism from the church and providing leadership development for clergy and lay persons in the African diaspora.

Fr. Trevor and his wife, Marcella, have two children – a daughter, Treva (currently residing in Japan) and a son, Trent, who graduated from Denison University in May 2017 with a Political Science Degree. They are the proud grand-parents of two lovely grand-daughters, LeiLani and Gabrielle Phillips.

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Paul Smith

Paul Smith, Verger

Stephanie Skinner
Parish Secretary

Who will be our next Parish Secretary?

The Rev. Anthony Lamourt
Music Director and Organist

The Rev.Anthony Mark Lamourt

Andrea Morse-Raff
Parish Counsel

Andrea Morse-Raff, Parish Counsel

Beth McLean
Financial Secretary

Beth McLean, Financial Secretary

Brian Basso

Brian Basso, Treasurer
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Lisa Rhoades
Rite 13/Journey to Adulthood Coordinator

Lisa Rhoades, Rite 13/Journey to Adulthood Coordinator

David Nygard
Godly Play Coordinator

David Nybard, Godly Play Coordinator

David Michael Wood
Aktar Guild Directress

David Michael Wood, Altar Guild Direstress

Jana Ballard
Community Youth Choir Director

Jana Ballard, Community Youth Choir Director

Kristin Reiersen-Parrish
Assistant Community Youth Choir Director

Kristin Reiersen-Parrish, Assistant Community Youth Choir Director

Victoriano Villegas

Who will be our next organist/chiormater?
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Rich Whaley
Plant & Equipment Chairman

Rich Whaley, Plant & Equipment Chairman

Bill Sherman

Bill Sherman,

Susan Fowler

Susan Fowler,
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Anne Devlin
Vestry, 2017-2019

Anne Devlin, Vestry 2017-2019

Bill Keck
Vestry, 2017-2019

Bill Keck, Vestry 2017-2019

Kristin Parrish
Vestry, 2017-2019

Kristin Parrish, Vestry 2017-2019

Robert Long
Vestry, 2017-2019

Robert Long, Vestry 2018-2020

John Edwards
Vestry, 2018-2020

John Edwards, Vestry 2017-2019

Roxanne Ingoe
Vestry, 2018-2020

Roxanne Ingoe, Vestry 2017-2019
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Alleida Mitchell
Vestry, 2018-2020

Alleida Mitchell, Vestry 2017-2019

Sheila Hewitt
Vestry, 2018-2020

Sheila Hewitt, Vestry 2018-2020

Eva-Marie Black
Vestry, 2019-2021

Eva-Marie Black, Vestry, 2019-2021

Kathy Galvez
Vestry, 2019-2021

Kathy Galvez, Vestry, 2019-2021

Shelley Gayford
Vestry, 2019-2021

Shelley Gayford, Vestry, 2019-2021

Mary Larimer
Vestry, 2019-2021

Mary Larimer, Vestry, 2019-2021

Christ Church Rectors

Pierre Paris Irving ⇩
Rector, 1849-1875

Pierre Paris Irving

George Dowdall Johnson ⇩
Rector, 1875-1901

George Dowdall Johnson

Frank Warfield Crowder ⇩
Rector, 1901-1910

Frank Warfield Crowder

Duncan Hodge Browne ⇩
Rector, 1910-1921

Duncan Hodge Browne

Charles William Forster ⇩
Rector, 1922-1940

Charles William Forster

Andrew Clifford Long ⇩
Rector, 1941-1965

Andrew Clifford Long
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Richard James Bauer ⇩
Assisting Priest

Richard James Bauer

Frederick Pierre Lefebvre ⇩
Rector, 1966-1982

Frederick Pierre Lefebvre

John Howard Walsted ⇩
Rector, 1982-1993

John Howard Walsted

James Manning ⇩
Assisting Priest

James Manning

Richard Kemmler ⇩

Richard Kemmler

Frank Burton ⇩

Frank Burton
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Earl Michael Allen ⇩
Rector, 1994-2002

E. Michael Allen

Clarke French ⇩

Clarke French

Charles H. Howell ⇩
Rector, 2007-2015

John Howard Walsted

Technical Information

Because we want to demonstrate our commitment to your privacy, we have agreed to disclose our information practices and have our privacy practices reviewed and audited for compliance. In keeping with this statement, we hereby notify you of the following practices:

  • What information this site gathers/tracks about you: None.
  • What this site does with the information it gathers/tracks: Nothing. We're not smart enough. Even if we did gather/track information about you, we'd probably lay it down somewhere and forget where it is. Our office is a mess.
  • With whom we share the information we gathers/track: See above. We never learned to share. We're "practicing" Christians and we haven't gotten it down yet.
  • Our "opt-out" policy: You can opt out at any time. Go ahead. We're sorry to see you go, but we're not gonna stop you.
  • Our policy on correcting and updating personally identifiable information: Are you kidding? We can't even remember to bring cookies on the day we're supposed to run Coffee Hour (the 8th sacrament), and you think we're gonna correct and update stuff we've collected about you? We probably don't even have the correct Rector's picture on the site. It's probably a picture of Mr. Irving from the very first web site (which was drawn on parchment and wasn't particularly world-wide in any way).
  • Our policy on deleting or deactivating your name from our database: We lost the database last July while we were at the beach. We're hoping it eventually turns up in the bottom of a bag or maybe the cooler, which by now must really be funky.
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As an organization that frequently advises people on spiritual and ethical matters, we believe it is important to practice what we preach. We believe that people have a keen interest in privacy. We also believe that by disclosing a Web site's data policy, organizations can proactively address this concern and gain people's confidence. People's confidence is of critical importance; once people are confident that you'll do the right thing by them, you can relax a little and let your underlings take some of the pressure off of you by, for instance, letting them write your Privacy and Copyright Notification page in the belief that they'll take their responsibility seriously and not write humorous (or humorless) stuff that they figure no one will ever read anyway.

Christ Church New Brighton may capture implicit information from users who visit our Web site for aggregate statistical analysis and site customization (hah!). Actually, that last sentence has a huge structure problem. It reads as if people are visiting our site for the purpose of collecting aggregate statistical analysis and site customization information. Anyway, getting back to the point, implicit information is data that we can gather about the user without asking them. Importantly, aggregate statistical analysis means that Christ Church New Brighton reviews trends based on information as a whole, but does not do so in an effort to identify the individual identity of the visitor to its site. This is all boilerplate legalese that doesn't readily translate into English.

We also may solicit email for site feedback, business development, press inquiries, human resources inquiries, recipes, and blonde jokes. In select instances, this information may be shared with reputable third parties (priests, bartenders, psychiatrists). However, Christ Church New Brighton does not willfully disclose human resource information solicited from our Web site to third parties unless we've been drinking heavily or someone asks us for it. It doesn't really matter, technically, because as I stated earlier, we're too dumb to figure out how to collect and save information in such a way as to find it when we need it.

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IP addresses may be logged to track a user's session. An IP address is the unique numerical identity of your computer ("IP" is computer-talk for "Icknack Paddywhack," which is a programming sequence that calls a bit of machine code that gives your dog a bone). When we "log" an IP address, it means that we whack your computer over the processor with a heavy piece of wood to render it woozy, and then we go through its wallet and read its IP address. Christ Church New Brighton also uses cookies in order to assist in aggregate statistical analysis and sometimes provide site customization based on anonymous session tracking. In other words, Christ Church New Brighton uses cookies to determine trends for users as a whole, but not as means to learn about your individual identity. Cookies, by themselves, cannot be used to determine the actual identity of users. On their own, they can be used to identify a computer, but not who is using that computer, what they are wearing at the time, or whether they prefer oatmeal or chocolate chip. Because of this, if Christ Church New Brighton customizes the site based on cookies, we won't know who you are unless you tell us. Who are you?

Christ Church New Brighton collects the visitor's domain name (e.g. whether the user is logged on from, referral data (e.g. we record the last URL a user visited prior to clicking to Christ Church New Brighton and then tell that user's mom where they've been), as well as browser and platform type (e.g., a Microsoft browser on a Macintosh platform, or a Firefox browser on a Eunichs platform, or perhaps even AOL on one of those cardboard prop computers you see in furniture stores). We also count, track, and aggregate the visitor's activity into our analysis of general traffic flows at our sites (e.g., tracking where traffic comes from, how traffic flows within Christ Church New Brighton, and how much of the traffic is pulled over by our troopers and ticketed for browsing while under the influence). When (and if) Christ Church New Brighton ever does present aggregated information to outside companies, no one would be able to identify you or contact you, because our handwriting is atrocious.

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Christ Church New Brighton uses links throughout its web site to provide a visitor with the opportunity to run screaming for the safety of a normal web site and also to contact us via email for a variety of purposes (including business development, human resource inquires and general trivia questions). Christ Church New Brighton may file information from emails, review and discard the information, and share this information with third parties for their humor potential. Human resource information will not be shared with a third party without the express consent of the individual. Of course, since we do not collect individual names or contact information, we cannot obtain the necessary consent in the first place. This is becoming a real nuisance, because we have human resource information piling up all over our already messy office, making it immpossible to even find the shredder, let alone get rid of some of this stuff.

And finally, everything on this web site (EVERYTHING! Content, pictures, stupid text areas, EVERYTHING) is copyrighted by Christ Church New Brighton and may not be used without permission, except as commonly used in quotations and/or excerpts for review purposes, which will never happen. Who would quote this stuff? Anyone quoting this stuff has even more time on their hands than I do. And let's face it, if you want to steal stuff from this site, how am I gonna stop you? If you really, really want to use our stuff, email me and we'll figure something out. I'm a reasonable person. Besides, we have a lawyer on retainer who knows not only regular law but canon law as well. If he can't get you in regular court, he'll take possesion of your immortal soul and make it watch endless reruns of old "I Love Lucy" episodes until it begs him for sweet, peaceful oblivion. I'd actually be kind of flattered if anyone stole something from this web site, I think.

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