Sue Engle was appointed to Trinity UMC in June, 2014. She has served as the Resource Director in the Memphis District, on staff at Benton First and as a Stephen Minister. She was licensed as a Local Pastor at Annual Conference in June of 2015. She has attended Wesley Theology Seminary, Two-Year Academy of Spiritual Formation, and Martin Methodist.
Sue is married to Mark and is the mother of Matt, Tim and Sam, and the grandmother of Nate, Zach, Alex, and Marie.
Steven Page has served in church music his entire life in nearly every role. He grew up at Reidland UMC, but has been a member at Trinity UMC since 1992. He has also served in music at methodist churches in Lexington and Henderson. He began his music teaching career in 1999 and has taught in Nicholasville, Henderson, and three schools in Paducah.
Page holds music degrees from Murray State University (BME, 1998 & MME, 2012) and the University of Louisville (MM, 1999). Steven and his wife, Shana, met in high school and have been married for twenty-one years. God has blessed them with seven boys and one girl.
Preschool & Nursery Director
Mrs. Gabby began her time at Trinity UMC as a preschool teacher for the 3 and 4-year-old students of Kids Thrive. She moved to the 4 and 5-year-old classroom and has been promoted to Director of Kids Thrive Preschool.
Gabby is married to Matt, and they have two cats.
Gail Massey joined the Trinity UMC team in late March of 2017 as our Administrative Assistant. She Serves as a volunteer Stephen Minister and Leader. Gail enjoys family game nights, arts & crafts, traveling and anything to do with animals.
Youth director, Jacob Shelly loves spending time and working with Trinity youth. He enjoys outdoor sports, white water rafting, and riding his motorcycle in his free time. Jacob joined the Trinity team in 2019.
Part-time Custodian, Rodney Williams keeps things clean and running well at Trinity. Rodney has been married to Mary Ann for over 43 years, has two daughters, Christi and Sarah, and six grandchildren between the ages of 7 and 18. He’s a Mustang enthusiast who enjoys restoring cars in his free time. Rodney also works in the maintenance department for Paducah City Schools.