The Very Rev. Gregory Powell
Dean of the Cathedral

Amy Morgan
Director of Music

Amy is an accomplished pianist and vocalist who loves all things music.  Her background includes degrees in piano performance and choral conducting.  Music education and its shared experience inspire her as a director and teacher.  Amy has been serving the Cathedral since 2014, is an active musician in the Easton community,  member of the American Choral Directors Association, a wife, and mother of two beautiful daughters.


I started my work as Dean of Trinity Cathedral eleven years ago having arrived on the Eastern Shore via time spent in Massachusetts, Colorado, Canada, Tennessee, and Texas. I am a cradle Episcopalian having been baptized, confirmed, married, and ordained in this part of God’s Church. I have built my life and priestly ministry on the archetype of the Wounded Healer whereby the source of one’s healing power is derived from one’s own wounds. It is a way in which weakness becomes the vessel of great power. The 12-Step programs are the most obvious example of this way of transformation. I have continued to build on the foundation of previous clergy who sought to make our worship space safe for all people, all feelings, all emotions—even the darker negative ones—knowing the truth sets us free. 


I enjoy golf, the beach, a good cup of coffee in the morning, poetry by Rumi, laying in a hammock, and daily meditation.




Maggie Trice
Parish Administrator

Maggie has been the parish secretary for the cathedral since 2017. She has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English literature from The College of William and Mary. She lives in Easton with her husband and two children.

Megan Timms, Finance
Tom Anovick, Sexton

Trinity Cathedral Easton

315 Goldsborough St.

Easton, MD  21601


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