Our Staff




Our congregation is in the process of calling a new minister. Currently, we are going through the development stages to call an interim pastor. Once an interim pastor is in place, this person will help guide and lead us as we seek a new full-time permanent pastor. Until we have an interim pastor in place, we have an engaging group of people covering our pulpit, along with special programming by our choir and church leadership. It is our hope that you will continue to worship with us each Sunday during this time of transition. We ask for your patience through this process, and to please join us in prayer as we seek a new minister. 

Shane G Trace

Director of Music Ministries

Shane G. Trace studied music at The Ohio State University, where he trained with voice teacher, Dr. Tamara Regensberger. Shane studied under choral directors, Dr. Robert J. Ward and Dr. Hillary Apfeldstadt. While at The Ohio State University, Shane was a member at the OSU Men’s Glee Club, the Symphonic Choir and Chorale. Before coming to Dublin Presbyterian, Shane was the Director of Music at New Horizons United Methodist Church, and Glenwood Untied Methodist Church. Shane founded the Annual Westside Independence Day Concert in 2010, and he also create a series of two concerts in which the proceeds benefited breast cancer research. He was a part of a joint effort to start “Night of Broadway,” a yearly event in which a musical production is performed to raise funds for the Buckeye Region Anti-Violence Organization (BRAVO). Shane also directs the yearly musicals at Bishop Ready High School. By day, Shane is a certified fiscal professional working for the State of Ohio’s State Employment Relations Board (SERB).

Shane is married to husband David, and they are the proud parents of their three dogs, Mozart, Jefferson, and Edison.

Nola Taracko

Office Manager/Christian Education Coordinator/

Meadows Academy Liaison


Nola’s church work experience spans over a period of 35+ years. Nola has worked with children and youth at Broad Street Presbyterian Church and Highlands Presbyterian Church before coming to Dublin Presbyterian. She has also served as Children’s Choir Director and has overseen Vacation Bible School programming in various congregations.  

Nola is a proud graduate of Capital University with a focus on psychology/sociology/speech and communications.  She is married to her husband, John. They have three grown sons and six grandchildren.She loves being “Grandma” to the children and youth in our community. Nola enjoys knitting for charity and joining in the choir any chance she gets.