Trey started Northwest Fellowship in 1993 and has been in full-time ministry since 1986. He has a Masters of Divinity from Oral Roberts University and did Doctor of Ministry work at Fuller Seminary. His passions are Jesus, prayer and his family. He is the proud husband of Mary Anne and the grateful father of daughters Lindsay, Christina and son-in-law, Nick. In 2009, God led Trey to launch the Unceasing Prayer Movement mobilizing 50 churches to pray 24/7 for unity and revival in Austin, Texas for almost 10 years! Trey wrote Revival Cry: Contending for Transformation in this Generation.
Mary Anne Kent
As a little girl, Mary Anne believed she would one day become a pastor's wife and missionary. When she fell in love with a tennis playing theology student in college, the fulfillment of her childhood dream began. Trey and Mary Anne married in 1985 soon after her college graduation and began a life of ministry and adventure. This adventure brought them to Austin in 1993 where they planted and continue to serve at Northwest Fellowship. Mary Anne enjoyed teaching school for 10 years until she decided to take her love of encouraging, equipping and motivating to the church where she joyfully serves in women's ministry. She also enjoys the opportunity to minister on worship teams, encourage pastors' wives, motivate women's groups, teach English to Japanese students and share Jesus in any way, any place and with anyone God allows. She is blessed to have been married to her hero, sweetheart and best friend, Trey, for 29 years and is amazed and grateful to be the mother to two beautiful adult daughters, Lindsay and Christina and the proud mother-in-law to Christina's husband, Nick.
Originally from Green Bay, WI, Mommaerts graduated from St. Norbert College in 1958, then spent 10 years in the U.S. Army. Subsequent to leaving military service, he worked in Panama, St. Croix and Puerto Rico before relocating to California, where he worked for 17 years in Transit Operations Management. He retired in 1993 and moved to Austin. Having become a Christian in 1998, he came on staff at Northwest Fellowship as Business Administrator in 2000.
Youth & Young Adult Pastor
Nick is a born and raised Texas boy. From Abilene to Beaumont, and finally to the great city of Austin, TX, Nick has been on a journey for a real life-changing experience. After a long battle of waging war in the world, God led Nick to Northwest to find that life-changing experience, Jesus! After being radically changed and experiencing Jesus in the truest way, Nick ran hard after God with the calling of leadership and encouragement. On the way, God saw that Nick should not continue down this path alone and put in his life the next best thing other than Jesus, his beautiful, encouraging, strong wife Christina. It was love at first sight (for Nick at least). Now with his helper, Nick leads the young adults and youth groups with a passion for prayer, worship, reading God’s word and great community. Nick enjoys spending time with God, relaxing with his bride, reading new books, BBQ-ing, ultimate frisbee, playing guitar, listening to music, and the great outdoors. Nick and Christina are looking forward to the arrival of their first baby in May of 2017.
From a young age Kevin’s family had been attending Northwest Fellowship. In 2016 Kevin has felt called to full time ministry at Northwest Fellowship starting by working with the youth ministry and as the facility manager. He feels a call to be a pastor/preacher and is currently getting a Bachelor’s of Science in Biblical Studies at Moody Bible Institute online. Kevin also leads the Thursday Night Prayer and Worship meetings as well as hosting other events held at Northwest Fellowship.