My name is Jake Lee. I'm a Boise native who learned to appreciate Idaho only after getting out and seeing what the rest of the world has to offer. My career has been divided between technology startups and nonprofit organizations. I care deeply about the Church serving the World, working with God toward the reconciliation of all things. My love of God's Word and Spirit led me to the Anglican Communion, where I fell that I have truly found my people. I enjoy travel, writing, reading and getting involved in the Boise community.
My name is Mark Cummings, and I live in Boise with my wife and three kids. I am a civil engineer, who loves gardening, home brew, biking in the foothills, and having people around our family table to share food and stories with. I have been part of Holy Trinity since 2013, and continue to thank God for bringing my family to this church and growing us here.
Hello! My name is Kristen Baldwin. I was raised in the deserts of Las Vegas and the forests of the Puget Sound. I moved to Idaho in 1999, married a rancher’s son, and have called Boise my home ever since. I have a B.A. in International Relations, have worked in finance and real estate. Most recently I find myself at the dining room table homeschooling my four kids
My name is Bruce Levi and I serve on the Parish Council. I am semi-retired and have six children and 3 grandchildren. I was raised in Nampa, Idaho and enjoyed baseball, basketball, Scouting, and playing the trumpet.
Being an artist, Jess was drawn to the rhythms, seasons , beauty and depth of the Anglican church and it's liturgy. In her words: “Music is a vital part of worship but is only one piece of our expression. When music is intertwined with confession, prayers, the Eucharistic Table and the the Word, we find these elements becoming a unified song of worship.”
Jess and her husband Sean grew up in Southern California. By faith they moved to Idaho in 2007. They have 4 children and are passionate about family, missions and ecumenism.
Coming from a life of addiction, depression and abuse, Jess has a distinct perspective on the freedom one has when made new in Christ. Her life has been a testimony of God's grace and forgiveness.
“Therefore I tell you, her sins, which are many, are forgiven—for she loved much....” Luke 7:47