Rev. Dr. April Davis Campbell
April began her ministry as Pastor of Trinity Presbyterian in August of 2017. She previously served churches in Stillwater, MN., Robbinsdale, Mn., and most recently as Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Hastings, MN. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication from University of Nebraska-Lincoln, a Master of Public Administration from the University of Nebraska-Omaha, a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey and a Doctor of Ministry in Christian Spirituality from Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Geogria. April and her husband Bob have two sons, Emmett (12) and Solomon (10 1/2), a dog named Sunny and a cat named Buddy. In her spare time you can find April enjoying the outdoors with the kids, running with the dog, reading, and blogging at www.dminrevaprilblog.wordpress.com. She looks forward to the many ways in which the Holy Spirit will be on the move at Trinity.
Amy was born and raised in Woodbury, Minnesota and she attended the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities where she earning a Bahelor's degree in Studio Arts. As an artist, her focus is acrylic painting. Amy and her husband, Christopher, have three teenagers. Isaac (attends Iowa State University), Anna (attends Concordia College, Moorehead, MN), and Ian (attends East Ridge High School, Woodbury). Other personal passions include creating custom art for clients, spending time outdoors, hanging out with the family dog, "Chief", spending time with family, and gathering for seasonal Bible study groups with friends. Amy enjoys working with the people, and serving at Trinity Presbyterian is a perfect venue to be creative, assist members and support the church.
Neal has enjoyed all kinds of music from a very young age. He grew up in Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, where he met his wife Sandy and earned a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Business Administration. Neal works at General Mills during the day in information technology communication and training. In addition to making music, Neal enjoys photography and spending time with his wife Sandy and their children Peter and Kelsey.
Jane grew up in northern Minnesota and has enjoyed being involved in a variety of church music since her teenage years. She has a undergraduate degree from Concordia College in Moorhead and a Master’s degree in music from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. During the day, she works at Travelers in St. Paul. Jane and her husband, Rick, enjoy spending time with their four grown children, traveling, running, and skiing.