The Rev. Samuel Hunnicutt


   Beginning his ministry as Trinity's Rector in January 2020, Fr. Sam and his wife, Julianne are relative newcomers to Junction. Sam is convinced that a thirteen year, first career as a police officer helped prepare him for pastoral ministry.  God called Sam to seminary in 1993. Upon completion he entered into parish ministry. In the ensuing years he has served churches  from McAllen, Texas to San Angelo, Texas.  Sam and Julianne are proud parents to two adult sons, and Lolly & Pop to two beautiful granddaughters and a new grandson, born in mid October.    Sam is the consummate DIY guy, always working on a home improvement construction or reno project of one sort of another.  He loves being priest, friend, mentor, pastor, confidant, and sometimes kayaking partner to the folks at Trinity

Pat Thomson


Pat, a native of College Station, Texas (Gig 'Em Aggies) has been a part of the Trinity family for 57 years. She is married to Ben, our Senior Warden and like him she enjoys time with their four adult children and twelve grandchildren. In her role as Treasurer, Pat is an ex-officio (non-voting) member of the Vestry. She also serves on the Altar Guild. She is secretary of the Women's Guild. In her earlier life, Pat worked as an administrative assistant in the College of Education at Texas A&M; and later, upon moving to Junction worked in the office of a local attorney. The bulk of her employment experience, and what makes her a great treasurer, is her 24 plus years of experience in consumer and commercial banking. The thing Pat loves most about Trinity is, "Its people and how much everyone really care about each other." When she's not balancing the books or playing with grandchildren, Pat enjoys reading and playing cards.  

Virginia Casper


A farm girl born and raised in Kansas, Virginia spent fifty years in El Paso, Texas  where she worked as an elementary school teacher for 23 of those years. She was also organist at All Saints Episcopal Church in El Paso.  She and her late husband Sam, raised six children, two of whom were adopted.  Virginia has 8 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Upon moving to Junction in 2004 she assumed duties as Trinity's organist, and has been rockin' the ivories ever since. She is active in the Altar Guild and the Women's Guild.  About Trinity, Virginia says, "Trinity feels like family. This church, full of wonderful, loving people, has been there for me through some very difficult times. One can feel the love and concern offered for everyone when they enters it's doors."