About Me

My name is Joseph Alexander Morin. I was born in McAllen, Texas on October 31, 1989. I grew up in Donna, Texas and graduated from Donna High School.   I went to The University of Texas- Pan American in Edinburg, Texas  and graduated in December, 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Philosophy. I grew up at Trinity Episcopal Church in Pharr, Texas, where I was baptized and confirmed. I have always felt a sense of community there, and knew that God had a calling for me to worship and praise him in that community. Growing up I attended Sunday School and served as an Acolyte.  As an adult I sing in the Choir, serve as a Lay Eucharistic Minister, and for the past two years, have served on the Vestry.

I work at a non-profit which happens to be based out of Trinity. Its called Good Samaritan Community Services- RGV. I am the Site Coordinator, where I basically oversee the program on a day to day basis from an after school and summer program. It has been the best experience in my life, and I could of not asked for more. I feel really blessed when I get to work. The children that I work with have changed me to become a better person, and I am truly grateful.    

I am a game addict, so once you give me a controller, WATCH OUT!!!! I will be playing till I get tired or if I get bored. I love to read, play soccer, volleyball, and football. I love music and I am very eclectic, so almost every genre has a place in my heart.  

Through the experiences I've had at Trinity, I have developed a strong and growing faith that has tradition from the Episcopal roots. These interests and experiences have led me to join Young Adult Service Corps (YASC) to serve as a missionary. I will work with the Diocese of Panama and work with young adults. I have little information, but when I get more news, I will let you know.

I hope you come and join me with my Journey. It will be the best experience that we will have, and I bet you will also have a good time, even if you are not there right beside me.  

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