Tracey Henry – Pastor, Head of Staff
A native of Northern Ireland, Tracey has been living in the States since 2000. Prior to coming to CPC in March of 2012 she served a church outside of Pittsburgh as Associate Pastor for over six years. Tracey earned her Bachelor’s Degree in English and Theology at the Queen’s University of Belfast and completed her Master’s of Divinity at Princeton Seminary in the Spring of 2007.
She is passionate about serving a church where folks are eager to put their faith into action, serving the “least of these” as Jesus has commanded us.
Tracey is married to David Henry. She is the mother of three young and energetic boys, Nathan, Parker and Davis as well as a stepmother to David’s daughter Thea.
Gary Ross – Director of Music Ministries
Gary is a long time resident of Hunterdon County where he lives with his wife Dawn of over 30 years and has taught music in the Lebanon Township school system for over 34 years. Dawn and Gary met in the youth group of their Presbyterian Church.
Gary has a Masters Degree in trumpet performance from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers. He has played both trumpet and piano professionally for many years as a freelance musician as well as in such groups as the Allentown Symphony and Main Street Brass. He is a founding member of Crosswinds Trio and plays lead trumpet in the Hunterdon Hills Playhouse Orchestra.
Gary has oversight for all our music ensembles at CPC, including Chancel Choir, Praise Team, Bells and Children’s Choir
Diane O’Connor – Administrative Assistant
Diane joined the staff of Clinton Presbyterian Church in March 2008. Prior to coming to work at CPC, she was employed for over 20 years at a health information company in Basking Ridge, NJ. Diane lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, Vince.
Maggie Bell – Youth Fellowship Leader
Maggie grew up in Clinton Presbyterian Church. She created a strong foundation for her faith as both a member and leader of youth group. After earning her degree in Public Relations from Susquehanna University in 2011, Maggie spent almost three years working for the Walt Disney Company in Florida. She loves travel, fitness, reading, dancing and connecting with people! Maggie is passionate about bringing the youth of CPC to know Christ in a way that is fun, real and contagious to others!
Ian Clark – Seminarian
Ian Clark, a second year seminarian at Princeton Theological Seminary will complete a year long field education placement at Clinton Presbyterian Church in 2016-2017. A commissioned officer in the United States Navy, Ian is working towards a career in military chaplaincy and is in the ordination process with the PC(USA). Prior to coming to Princeton Seminary, Ian served in project management and consultancy roles in London, UK and Atlanta, Georgia where he specialized in significant infrastructure and transportation projects. From a ministry perspective, Ian has recently provided long-term pastoral coverage to a small Presbyterian church in Paterson, NJ and has also served as a hospital chaplain in London. Ian holds an MBA in Strategy from The University of Aberdeen (Scotland) and a BSc from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.