The Rev. Roy Tripp

                   The Rev. Roy Tripp


A native of Maine, the Rev. Roy Tripp has spent the past 20 years in parish ministry, most recently as Rector of St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church in Duxbury, Massachusetts. He graduated from Seattle Pacific University before going on to the Church Divinity School of the Pacific where he graduated with a Master of Divinity degree in 1996.

Roy’s background is in marketing, sales and public relations. At age 15 he began a career in broadcasting as the youngest announcer hired at WABI Radio and TV in his hometown of Bangor. Roy has also worked in the airline and printing industries, as well as with a marketing agency in Seattle.

His ministry has taken him and his family to serve parishes in Washington State, Delaware, and Massachusetts. He has served at both the diocesan and national church levels.

While living in Seattle, Roy met his wife Liz Devoir. They have a son, Preston, who works in banking. Roy and Liz live with their dog, Page and their cat Panda, who controls the entire house. They enjoy cooking, travel and entertaining, as well as movies and gardening.

Roy says, “I enjoy walking with people as they discover how their faith and life intersect.”