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A New Chapter Begins

God is in Control

Bro. Steve has announced that he will retire on August 30, 2023, but we know that God is completely in control, and He is not finished with Trinity. Trinity Baptist Church is built on the foundation of our God and not our pastor, so, while we’re saddened in many ways, we’re also hopeful and excited about the next chapter in our walk with Him.  

We’re working to post FAQs and more in the coming days. Our goal is to keep everyone informed as much as possible.

How You Can Pray

There are four specific ways you can be in prayer. We've also included a more comprehensive prayer guide below. Be sure to download it and use it in your personal prayer time.

The Process

Pray that we as a church will seek the Lord’s guidance at every juncture and trust Him as He prepares to raise up our next senior pastor.


Pray for deacons Mark Bentley, David Floyd, Jack Judice, Dale Smith, and John Spratt as they begin the process of selecting a Pastor Search Committee based on nominations from the church family. Pray also for the Transition Team: Keith Lechtenberg (co-chairman), Toby Osburn (co-chairman), Myra Brown, Courtney Dressler, David Girola, Suzanne Guillory, Allison Walling, and Greg Webb.

Our Church

Pray that we would maintain the unity of the spirit and the bond of peace (Ephesians 4:3) throughout this process.

Our Pastor

Pray for Bro. Steve and Ms. Roseanna as they move into the next chapter of their lives. Pray also for the man God is preparing to lead Trinity into our next chapter.

Prayer Guide

Proposed Change to Church Bylaws

Recent Updates

Notice of proposed change to church bylaws (proposed change in underlined text)

Article IV: Senior Pastor/Section 1: Selection and Call
When a vacancy occurs, or an expected vacancy occurs due to the written notification by the Senior Pastor of the intent to vacate the office, a Senior Pastor Search Committee shall be elected to seek God’s will in recommending an individual who meets the biblical qualifications of I Timothy. ...”

The church will vote (without discussion) during worship services on Sunday, June 12.