Rev. Kurt Huber
I grew up in Troy, Michigan. I attended the University of Michigan for my undergraduate work before going to seminary in 1995 at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific in California. After graduating seminary in 1998, I was ordained and became the Assistant to the Rector at Trinity Church, Newtown, CT. I have been Rector of St. Peter’s in Monroe since July 2002 and enjoy the challenges and joys of ministering to a pastoral sized congregation. As a cradle Episcopalian, I have always been part of faithful communities, and have helped guide others in leading meaningful lives that connect them with God and with their neighbors in worship, service, and fellowship. I enjoy spending time with my wife, Ellen, of 15 years, and my 5 kids, in the great outdoors.
Deacon Christopher Holms
I grew up in Fairfield, Connecticut. In 1992 (day after graduation), I began my Law Enforcement Specialist, Military Working Dog Handler career in the United States Air Force. I served for four years, after which I was hired by the Norwalk Police Department. I am currently the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Officer, which I am extremely enthusiastic about and have helped organize the Norwalk Police Explorers. My wife, Christina and I have been married fifteen years. We have traveled all over together and have settled down to raise our two boys. I am on assignment to St. Peter’s Church for three years by Bishop Laura Ahrens. I am ordained as a permanent deacon, which is a man or woman who takes an oath before the bishop to bring the Word of God (the Bible) to the people, to help those in need, and to work with the parish to bring Christ into our world.