Fr. Randall Trego

Locum Tenens

Father Randall Trego joined St. Dunstan’s community in April 2014. His great delight is to be present to offer hospitality to all people. Through his teaching and preaching, he creates a signpost for others to go beyond what the eye can see. It is his desire that all may know that nothing can separate us from God’s love.

Randall appreciates what he has gained through relationships with his mentors: The Right Rev. Hassan Dehqani-Tafti, Anglican Bishop in Iran; Henri Nouwen, professor at Harvard Divinity School; and Brother Emmanuel of Taizé, France. These friendships taught Father Randall the joy of “walking” with people in their life circumstances, the privilege of comforting those befriending death, and how to be an encouragement for the imperfectly known love of God. His ministry to our community has special focus on pastoral care: healing prayer, pastoral visitation, lay eucharistic visitation, Stephen Ministry, Petal Pushers and Feed My Flock. He also serves as chaplain for the Order of the Daughters of the King.

For Randall, broken glass shines brightest. Through the cracks of brokenness, the light of Jesus is able to penetrate our hearts to shine brightly into the world around us.

Follow Fr. Randall on Twitter @RandallTrego and on Instagram @randalltrego

Laurie Riggs

Director of Business & Finance, Campus Operations

Laurie began working at St. Dunstan’s in August 1999.  She has oversight under the direction of the Rector, vestry, and finance committee of the day to day finances of the church including pledges and other income sources along with accounts payable, payroll and all financial reporting.  She also has oversight of the property from vendors, contracts, to ordering supplies, maintenance and repairs.  “Administration is not an end in itself, but rather it is a means for serving people effectively, while making efficient use of God’s resources for the accomplishment of the work of ministry.

David Horn

Contemporary Music Director

David has served as Contemporary Music Director at Saint Dunstan’s since March of 2014. He also directs the Youth Band and leads worship at the Taize services, held once a month in the Nave.

David holds a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Houston, 2003. Besides being a worship leader, he is also an Elementary Music Teacher in Tomball ISD. David directs musical theater shows with National Youth Theater throughout the year. In his spare time, he is also a singer/songwriter and has written three Contemporary Christian songs for services at Saint Dunstan’s.

Throughout the rehearsal and service process, there is a strong sense of community and fellowship among the members of the Praise Team. “We direct all our effort and joy to the LORD – He is our audience, and the only audience.”

Gavin Craig


Everyone is a musician. In our culture today, we tend to think of music as the domain of an elite few, a product to be consumed. But I believe that worship, specifically music in worship, is the work of all the people, and I invite everyone – without exception – to take part in that work. Whether you can join a leadership role in worship through choral music, sing boldly in your pew, or just lend your support to the church’s music in other ways, we need your voice in our program! Get in touch with me if you’re passionate about music and want to put that passion to work for God and His people at St. Dunstan’s.”

Gavin D. Craig has been Choirmaster and Organist at St. Dunstan’s, directing the music for the traditional services, since 2013. He holds a Master of Music degree in Organ Performance from the University of Houston, and a Bachelor of Music, conferred magna cum laude by Wayne State University. Also a noted improvisateur, Gavin is active as a performer across the United States, having studied with some of the most highly noted organists of the world. His passion for innovative concert programming has led him to premiere works by American and European composers. His other interests and hobbies include Anglican liturgy, Gregorian chant, bicycling, cooking, and homebrewing.

Louise Durnell

Director of Sunday School & Safeguarding Administration

Louise oversees Christian Formation for children from birth through Fifth grade; which includes Childcare, Sunday School, Children’s Liturgy (kid’s church), and Special Events for children. The purpose of Children’s Ministries is to support your family as you bring up your child in the Christian faith. We support your effort to:  Bring your child to church to worship God;  Teach them about the Bible;  And to help lead your children into a closer relationship with Jesus Christ.

Sarah Quiroga

Director of Youth & Family Ministries and Community Life Coordinator

Sarah Quiroga, her husband, Jeff, and their three girls, Caroline, Tori, and Emily, moved to Houston in the fall of 2013 and joined Saint Dunstan’s soon after. She joined Saint Dunstan’s staff in 2017. Sarah serves as Youth and Community Life Coordinator. As Youth Coordinator, she administers the Jr. and Sr. High Sunday morning youth groups and the joint evening youth group as they gather to study God’s word in fellowship and fun. Youth follow engaging curriculum in class, expand their faith through Y.E.S. and Happening events, journey together to Camp Eagle and Camp Allen and put their faith into action on mission trips and have a fun time doing it. Sarah would love all youth to be engaged in our community and encourages adults to join in, too, as prayer partners, teachers, and mentors. As Community Life Coordinator, she plans the events of the church such as our Newcomer Exploration Classes, Kick-offs for the fall, Annual Meeting, Vestry Retreat, Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper, Parish Picnic and other events throughout the year. She does these with the help of an amazing team of “Saintly Servers” who follow Mark 9:35: “If anyone wants to be first, he must be the very last, and the servant of all.” She also manages the calendar and membership duties for the parish.

Katie Lamb

Katie Lamb

Director of Communications

Katie and her family have attended St. Dunstan’s since 2009.  She is currently  responsible for communication to the parish community through print, digital, & social media.  Please let her know how she can best contact you.

Harvey Gloystein

In His Steps Stewardship Coordinator

Harvey and husband, Mike work year round in the area of stewardship. The focus is really more on prayer than stewardship. Twice annually the members of the parish pray for one another by name, phone calls are made to collect prayer concerns and God gets involved. This team leads the annual pledge campaign through prayer.

Harriette Ogan

Pastoral Care Coordinator

Harriette Ogan has been an active member at St. Dunstan’s since 1972. With her husband Jim they raised their four children here. Through the years they found the tapestry of their life woven with the many vibrant colors of thread that awakened them to know Jesus and the steady strength of the Holy Spirit. In 1995 Harriette says that she was “knocked off her horse like the Apostle Paul and realized Jesus had work for her to do.”

In 1997 Harriette was led to take the training to become a Stephen Minister and to take training of The Community of Hope. At the same time she began the ministry of Petal Pushers when asked as a new altar guild member to “throw away the flowers”. From that time on Harriette has worked tirelessly for the sake of pastoral care giving at St. Dunstan’s.

Since 2008 Harriette has been the Pastoral Care Coordinator at St. Dunstan’s. She was invited by Father Rob to become a “busy body” for Jesus. She is an amazing source of connecting parishioners to the clergy and the many ministries of pastoral care.

German Recinos

Sexton/Campus Operations

German has provided maintenance for St. Dunstan’s for more than 12 years. His gracious spirit and willing attitude have made him an esteemed member of the St. Dunstan church family.