Rev. Henry Beaulieu

Pastor Beaulieu grew up in Montgomery, Alabama and graduated from Trinity Presbyterian School. He attended Wheaton College on an ROTC scholarship majoring in Philosophy and Political Science. He then served for ten years as an active duty Army Officer, aviator, aviation maintenance officer, and maintenance test pilot. For the last 14 years, Pastor Beaulieu served as the Pastoral Counselor and Family Life minister at Eastwood Presbyterian Church in Montgomery. He came to Trinity Presbyterian Church in the Summer of 2014 where he is serving as the director of the Counseling Ministry and Assistant Pastor.

Pastor Beaulieu still serves as the State Chaplain for the Alabama Army National Guard. He deployed with the 101st Airborne Division during Desert Shield and most recently deployed to Iraq as a brigade chaplain with the 1169th Engineers in support of 1st Cavalry Division.

Henry graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary with a masters in divinity. He has been certified as a Biblical Counselor with the National Association of Nouthetic Counselors (now Association of Certified biblical Counselors) for over 17 years.

Henry and his wife Gretchen have been married 22 years and have 4 children: Faith, Margaret, Jonathan, and Jackson.