The Rev. Adrienne Koch is a priest at Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland Ohio where she has overseen spiritual formation and neighborhood partnerships since 2019. A published author, she contributed to the 2020 Church Publishing book Belovedness: Finding God (and Self) on Campus, inviting LGBTQ+ Christians to consider Jesus as an ally.
Adrienne was formerly the Young Adult Missioner and Campus Minister for the Raleigh Area in the Episcopal Diocese of NC and Adjunct Faculty at Duke Divinity School. Her previous work was as a collage and hospital chaplain, and educator at the Durham VA Medical Center, as well as the Administrative Assistant to the Dean and Communications Specialist at Duke University Chapel.
She received her BA in Liberal Arts from Malone College in 2004, with concentrations in Theology, Psychology, and Communications, and her M.Div. from Duke University in 2011 with a certificate of studies in Gender, Theology, and Ministry. She completed her Anglican coursework at Sewanee and is trained in the Narrative Enneagram. Adrienne has been working with and teaching the Enneagram in academic and church settings since 2012 and was certified as a spiritual director in 2021. She is currently accepting clients for spiritual direction.