Many people help to keep the ministry at Oaks going. Meet some of our regulars:
The Rev. Christina Hunter hails from Southeastern Ohio. After she received her Master of Divinity from Trinity School for Ministry in 2010, she moved to Troy to co-found Oaks of Righteousness. Her passions are urban adult ministry, working with addicts and spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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Alexander Rohr began ministry with Oaks in January 2017. He currently helps to run Wednesday's open cafe, lead worship for the monthly Kabod Underground Taize service and mentor with the Catechist Corps. He is also working with the Hunters to develop other ministry possibilities for Oaks to grow in. Additionally, he works part time at Sunhee's Farm and Kitchen, a local-owned Korean restaurant.
Alex has worked in ministry for several years, which include a year in the Albany Diocese Internship program, four summers at Beaver Cross Summer Camps and leading multiple over-seas youth mission trips. He is creatively inclined and finds it a frustrating but worthwhile battle to temper his artistic sensibilities with pragmatism and unite this under faith