AT HOLY TRINITY . . . we believe faith begins with community: a meaningful haven to explore our beliefs and concerns, and experience God’s grace among people who care about us. The fruits of our community we express in worship, using all of our senses — sight, sound, smell, touch and taste — to enter into dialog with God. That dialog is expressed in many forms as we gather throughout the week; a deliberate and thoughtful articulation through sacred music, scripture, prayer and sacraments. This shared holy experience, in turn, forms and nurtures our community, as well as the individual. This community, transformed by its faith, bears witness to that experience of God in the world in which we live. In its commitment to the health, education and welfare of others here and abroad, the people of Holy Trinity strive to be meaningful in the lives of those around us. In other words, our faith does not stop at the church doors. We marvel in God’s creation and celebrate with thankfulness. From family dinners to the small groups we foster a sense of belonging, we welcome all to share in our extraordinary and nurturing parish life. In addition, we strive to provide a sanctuary for prayerful worship within a respectful and welcoming environment and to meet the spiritual needs of our parishioners and community, using Christian ideas and values. We also strive to promote Christian fellowship and to build a strong and vibrant parish which serves God, supports the spiritual growth of its members, and teaches the word of Jesus Christ through worship, outreach, personal example, and respect for the spiritual growth of those around us.


The Rev. Mark E. Chambers
Rector 409-722-6238 revmark@htec-pn.org
Father Mark joined our staff April 22, 2018. He was born in Houston and is married to Ella, his wife of 27 years. He is the father of Calvin and Emily. He served as a Corpsman in the Navy, scouts, JrROTC, information technology, and in the church though out his life. His deepest desire is to serve God’s people and reach them in their spiritual journey in the church and in the world. He has a passion for outreach, missions, and youth.
Susan Youngblood
Secretary & Assistant to the Rector 409-722-6238 susan@htec-pn.org
Susan Youngblood joined the staff of Holy Trinity in the Spring, 2014. A life-long resident of Port Neches, graduated from Port Neches-Groves High School and earned a bachelor degree in Social Work from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. In addition to working in social work in Jefferson County, Susan has worked as a substitute teacher and as a church secretary. Married to Paul Youngblood, Susan is the mother of three adult sons: Greg, Adam and Eric.
Tyanna Herford
Parish Bookkeeper 409-722-6238 tyanna@htec-pn.org
Tyanna Herford is our bookkeeper. She joined the staff at Holy Trinity in January of 2016. Tyanna is a long time member of Holy Trinity serving in various ministries; Daughter’s of the King, Chalice Minister, Cookie Makers, and whereever else she can volunteer here. Tyanna is a resident of Port Neches. She is the mother of 3 and grandmother of 6.
Rodney Powell
Sexton 409-722-6238
Rodney Powell has been an active member at Holy Trinity all his adult life. He has served in many parish position in youth work, Vestry membership, Lay Reader and Eucharistic Minister. Rodney is also an active member of the mid-county community, supporting many social, civic, school and political activities. Rodney has served as Sexton of Holy Trinity for over 15 year.
Tammy Danks
J. Larry Domingue

Larry grew up in Groves, Tx and graduated from PN-G; then received a Bachelor of Science Degree and teaching certification from Lamar  in music and biology and later received a Master’s Degree in Guidance Counseling.

Larry taught at the International School in The Netherlands for 3 years before transferring to the Izmir American High School in Turkey. 
Feltwell Jr High School/Lakenheath American Middle School in England for 11 years of  teaching band and choir.


   My last 20 years of teaching band and choir were in two locations in Japan: 13 years in northern Japan on Misawa Air Base at Edgren High School, then 7 years at Kadena High School on the tropical island of Okinawa.