If you find yourself on our campus, you are likely to meet lots of great people working behind the scenes taking care of all of the day-to-day needs of the church and its ministries. You can learn more about the great folks who serve on our staff below.
MINISTER OF WORSHIP & OUTREACH
Trey was born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama. He obtained his Bachelor of Music Education from The University of South Alabama and his Master of Arts in Theological Studies at Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary. Trey received his call to music ministry during his time at South Alabama. Trey has been active in Morningview’s music ministry since 2014. Trey enjoys reading, any outdoor activity, anything music related, and spending time with his wife Jessica and their children, Eleanor and Drew.
Ian was raised in Prattville, Alabama. In 2021, he obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies from Boyce College in Louisville, Kentucky. While in Louisville, he met and married his wife, Dayna. They had their first child, Joseph Washer, in February of 2022. Ian first came to Morningview at the age of 15. Ian enjoys reading, writing, spending time with Dayna and Joseph, having people in his home for fellowship, and watching baseball. Ian also teaches English at Cornerstone Classical Christian Academy.
Director of Children's and Women's Ministries
Rebekah was born and raised in Pike Road, Alabama along with her eight brothers and one sister. She and her husband, Jon English Lee, lived in Louisville, Kentucky where she earned her bachelor’s degree at Boyce College. Rebekah and Jon have four boys: Jonny, Jack, Graham, and Henry, and have fostered numerous children over the years. She enjoys spending time with her family, refinishing furniture, doing DIY projects, and raising chickens.
Elizabeth is a native of Montgomery and attended Auburn Montgomery, studying sociology and psychology. Elizabeth is married to Ben and has three children. Her favorite hobbies include playing various musical instruments, singing, reading, and listening to old records with her family. Elizabeth joined Morningview in 2008. She dearly loves her church family and considers it a great joy to serve them through her musical gifts.
Sylvia had decided she would just sit in a pew and enjoy the service from there when she first joined the church. However, there was soon a need for a pianist, and the gift and talent God had given her were soon put to use in His service. Her part in the Worship Ministry of Morningview is a blessing to all. She is a native of Morningview but traveled away for many years as her husband served in the Air Force. They have raised four children and now have a son-in-law, a daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren added to their family.