Staff & Volunteers

Some of the individuals who hang out around here...


Paul Voltmer - Senior Pastor

Paul is thrilled that he has escaped New Jersey and now gets to serve God in the beautiful town of Windsor (talk about culture shock!). He and his wife, Julianne, served as missionaries in Austria for 14 years. They have two adult children: their daughter Helena and their son Mattias.

Paul earned his MDiv from Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and is ordained with the Evangelical Free Church of America. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, running, and German phrases.


John Haynes - Elder

John and his wife, Beth, live with their dog, Lily and 103 "girls" that John cares for and tries to keep happy on their dairy farm. John and Beth used to take their vacations via motorcycle, complete with camping and cooking gear and (matching?) rain suits. John enjoys ice cream, hosting family events on the farm, and being able to bring in a field of hay before it rains. He also enjoys a number of games, particularly when Beth lets him win!


Kevin Horner-Richardson - Elder

Kevin and his wife Deborah have attended Trinity with their family since 1996. He is an engineer at Thermal Dynamics and you can tell... but he seems to get along with the rest of us well enough, so we allow him to stay. Kevin’s passion and gifting include teaching children and young adults. It makes sense, they have 9 children; Anna, Ransom, Claire, Philip, Laura, Mary Rose, Ivy, Rachel and Lily. Their home is a common gathering place for food and fellowship.

In his spare time (c'mon, 9 kids... spare time?) Kevin enjoys bicycling and hiking with friends and family, and secretly wishes to play tennis at the US Open.


Todd Geil - Elder

Todd and his wife, Debra, have been attending Trinity since 1985. They live with their kids, Alex and Hannah, their dog Enzo, and their cat Pixel, in the house Todd grew up in. While hard-pressed to pick a favorite dessert, Todd really enjoys cheesecake. He loves playing basketball and soccer, and spending time with his family.


Henri Koldyk - Elder

When Henri was 8, his family (he is one of six children) came to the U.S. by boat from the Netherlands ("are we there yet?"). Henri and his wife, Janet, have attended Trinity since 1973. They both love spending time with their family, including their 5-year-old twin granddaughters. Henri's favorite dessert is the cream puffs that Janet makes for Valentine's Day each year. Henri and Janet lead a weekly Bible study at Evarts House in Windsor.



Justin is a guy with a guitar, in front of whom we've for some reason allowed a microphone to be put. He and his wife, Colette, share a love of music and are privileged to use that gift to lead the church in worship. Their three children, Kyrie, Caedmon, and Caspian, will be taking piano lessons whether they like it or not (but Justin hopes they do).

In his spare time, Justin enjoys video games, science fiction, and making mock websites that sometimes wind up getting launched.


Becky Balch - Children's Ministry Coordinator

Becky has a great heart for the children of our community, and a passion for leading them to Christ. One of Becky's claims to fame is that she was the runner-up to Miss Windsor (year not specified). She has also been (briefly) locked up in the VT State Prison - she worked there for a summer and accidentally got locked in a tunnel (it totally wasn't a prank... probably). Becky lives with her cat, Bubbles, and enjoys watching high school sports.

Her favorite dessert is lemon bars (and if they happen to have prison tunnel keys baked into them, well, so much the better...).

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Carolyn PAyton - Communications Coordinator

Carolyn keeps everything running smoothly around here. Without her organization and attention to detail - well, things would be a lot less organized, and I'd wager more than a few details would be overlooked. She and her husband, Mark, spent 3 years in Jordan working at a boarding school. One of the cool memories Carolyn has from that time is taking a moonlight camel ride in the Wadi Rum Desert. Carolyn has 5 amazing kids, and 6 equally amazing grandkids.

In her spare time, Carolyn enjoys trying new recipes, spending time with her kids and grandkids, and making delicious pizza (a skill she honed while serving as a dorm mom to 75 kids over the course of 9 years). She and Mark are slaves to two cats (Sherlock and Watson) and nine chickens, not yet named.