The Reverend Sean Steele
The Rev. Sean Steele is Vicar and founding Church Planter of St. Isidore Episcopal, a 4-year-old community in Spring, Texas. Sean is always on the lookout for people left-out by how we traditionally gather as Church. He received a BBA-Finance from the University of Texas (2001), an MA in Theology from Creighton University (2005), an MDiv from The Seminary of the Southwest (2012), and is a fully trained Mediator (2007), Licensed Daring Way Facilitator (2014) and ICF Coach (2018).
Sean has been together with his wife Rebecca for almost 20 years and together they have 3 children, Margo (15), Sebastian (13), and Eleanor (9) and Labradoodle named Indiana Jones.
Sean loves all things related to athletics, particularly basketball, and is an avid Longhorn fan.
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Molly is a native Texan, and loves to bring people together around the table. She has received degrees in Sports Medicine, Culinary Arts, Youth Ministry, Pastoral Care, and Religious Education. She is currently working on her doctoral degree in Church Entrepreneurship. She is part of the Marianist Family, who invite others to share in Mary’s mission of making Christ present in every age and culture by forming persons and communities of apostolic faith that advance justice and reconciliation.
Molly is the proud mom of Ursula, a senior in the criminal justice department at The University of Texas - Arlington. She is also the dogmom to Stop and Go, two very mischievous Boswawa puppies.
Molly loves spending time with her friends and family, watching reruns of West Wing and Downton Abbey, reading, playing Candy Crush and exploring the world.
Jeremy L. Hall
Jeremy Lee Hall was born April 18, 1984 in Fairfax, Virginia to David and Lisa Hall. His sister Lauren Renee (Gaines) was born two-and-a-half years later after his family moved to Houston, Texas.
Jeremy earned a B.A in Political Science from The George Washington University (‘06) while playing NCAA Division I Baseball and a J.D. from The University of Pennsylvania Law School (‘09) with a Certificate in Business and Public Policy from The Wharton School at UPenn (‘09). Jeremy became licensed to practice law in New York & Texas, moving back to The Woodlands, Texas where he created Optimo Sports Group - representing martial artists - and The Hall Law Firm - a private law practice. Jeremy joined St. Isidore in 2016 where he was confirmed into the Episcopal Church and began working for The Abundant Harvest in 2019, moving into the full-time Executive Director position in 2020.
Jeremy lives in Spring, Texas with his lovely wife, Ruby, whom he married in February, 2020, and their Corgi, Asher. Jeremy loves lifting weights, practicing yoga, rolling jiu jitusu, golfing, snowboarding, public speaking, and playing table tennis.
Brad was born July 16, 1986 in Massachusetts to Lori and Charlie Atkins. He received a degree in guitar studies from Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA in 2015.
Brad served in the U.S. Navy from 2005 to 2009 with stints in Iraq, Ethiopia, Japan, S. Korea, and Guam. He later worked as Assistant GM at Bannanos Restaurant at The Flamingo in Las Vegas, NV and managed a variety of restaurants in Hollywood, CA.
Brad currently lives in The Woodlands, Texas with his Fiancee, Jacqueline Ritchie. He’s played the guitar for about 20 years. When Brad is not playing guitar you can find him outside playing disc golf.
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Ducle was born July 19, 1984 in San Jose, Costa Rica to Ruth Salas Gonzalez. Dulce has four half-brothers and five half-sisters.
Dulce became Episcopalian after she, her mom and younger brother were rescued from a flood in 1998 by an Episcopal Priest. Since then she has been active as a parishioner and in church ministries.
Dulce moved to the United States with her husband and 1-year old son in September 2009. Dulce is currently attending Well Done Cooking Classes to get a certificate in Culinary arts.
Dulce’s accomplishments include developing a partnership between Trinity Episcopal Church in The Woodlands, Texas and All-Saints Episcopal Church in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Dulce currently lives in The Woodlands, with her husband Paul, 12-year old son Nathaniel, 10-year old daughter Etiennette, and their terrier dog Daisy. Dulce has been homeschooling her daughter for three years while working at The Abundant Harvest since Hurricane Harvey.
Dulce loves reading books, dancing, road trips, and spending quality time with her family and friends.
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Trey was born March 12, 1990 in Texas to Al and Laura Diller. He has two (2) sisters Hannah and Tessa.
Trey graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2013 where he played NCAA Division I Football.
He’s now an entrepreneur living in The Woodlands, Texas with his Fiancee Kristin. Trey helps his friends and businesses by connecting the dots.