Trent Casto was called to Covenant Church in April 2010 and became Senior Pastor in January 2017. Prior to his position as Senior Pastor, he served in the areas of worship, family ministry, men's ministry, Christian education and small groups. Trent and his wife, Emily, have three children: Hudson, Anna Kate and William.
Before coming to Covenant, Trent served as a Pastoral Intern at Park Cities Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Dallas, TX, and for three years as the Minister to the English-speaking congregation at Korean Hope Community Church (KAPC) in St. Louis, MO. Trent and Emily also spent a year in the Czech Republic serving as missionaries.
Trent has a B.S. in finance from West Virginia University, a Master of Divinity from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, and a Doctor of Ministry from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MA.
Trent enjoys running, reading, spending time at the beach with his family, supporting the West Virginia Mountaineers and playing sports of any kind.
In January 2017, Todd joined the staff of Covenant as our Grow Pastor, a new title designation that is part of our overall strategy of Worship, Grow, Serve and Go as the next steps in living out the mission and vision of Covenant. Todd leads Covenant in the creation and execution of a discipleship plan that effectively develops and deploys disciples of all ages at Covenant Church of Naples to make disciples in their family, community, and world.
Pastor Todd is passionate about seeing a multiplying discipleship movement that dramatically impacts families and the local community, ultimately impacting the world by the power of the Holy Spirit working through changed lives. Todd and his wife, Cindy, along with children, Eleah, Katie and Miguel, come to us from College Church in Wheaton, Illinois.
Mike is the Congregational Care Pastor and, among many other things, provides visitation for those in the hospital and home-bound. Mike also works with leadership teams who oversee Elders’ Shepherding, Stephen Ministry, and Griefshare. He is currently organizing a Congregational Care ministry team.