Meet our Board of Advisors:
Jeremy Sullivan has enjoyed the rarity of calling Virginia home despite being reared in a military family. He 'caught' piano early on and was observed picking out melodies from hymns sung in worship on his grandmother's instrument. His dream was to be another "Mr. Holland" from the movie, Mr. Holland's Opus, except as a choral musician. A sense of calling to a vocation in ministry after his first year of college brought a shift to his studies and he completed his undergraduate degree in Church Music at Trevecca Nazarene University in 2001. He earned his Master's of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary in 2005 receiving the Hoyt Hickman Award for liturgical scholarship and practice. He was later ordained an Elder in the Church of the Nazarene.
Jeremy served two Nazarene congregations in Virginia as Pastor and Minister of Worship before joining other "evangelicals on the Canterbury Trail" finding a new home in the Episcopal Church. Since 2011 he has served as Minister of Music for Trinity Episcopal Church, a diverse, multicultural parish in the heart of south Arlington, Virginia.
Jeremy is a member of the Association of Anglican Musicians and serves on the Committee for Liturgy and Church Music in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. He is quite fond of Metro rides in the capital region, long walks through DC, and uncomplicated knitting projects. A contemplative with a love for monasticism, he craves prayerful silence as much as he delights in sacred song.