Bryan Reynolds along with his wife, Nancy.
I joined TBC in 1966 at the age of 10. Our church back then was located on Jefferson Street across the street from where Pizza Hut is now. At the age of 13, I started serving the Lord in music by playing the drums in our first Youth Choir. Nancy and I met in church and were married in July of 1978. We were blessed with two wonderful daughters that were brought up here at TBC. I had the honor of becoming a deacon in March 2001. I have had the privilege of serving our church and working with each and every member. I pray the Lord will bless our church and we will grow as he sees fit.
Chick Reynolds along with his wife, Jan.
My wife and I were saved and joined Trinity Baptist church in December 1960. After several years of faithful service to the Lord, I had the honor of being ordained as a deacon to serve the church. We have two sons that were raised at Trinity and now serve the Lord as deacons and musicians. Our joy is knowing that God has allowed us to serve him in the same church for 58 years and our prayer is that he continues to use us here for his honor and glory. God is good!
Edgar Reese along with his wife, Carol.
Carol and I became members of Trinity Baptist Church in August 2005. We knew this was exactly where the Lord wanted us to be. We came on a Sunday morning, came back on Sunday night and joined the same night. We have no regrets. We love serving here. I became a deacon on January 1976. My goal as a deacon is to be available to my church family. My life verse is Colossians 3:23 “And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men;” & Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths” (KJV)
Stan Williams along with his wife and daughter, Gina & Angela.
Gina and I have been members of Trinity Baptist Church since 2001. We feel blessed to be able to raise our daughters, Allyson & Angela, in such a loving church family. We both have always had a heart for our teenagers and have been fortunate to have served as leaders in our youth program for a number of years. I have been serving our church as a deacon since 2009, and it has been a pleasure watching God work in our church family. It is our prayer to reach as many people for Christ as we can and to be a help to our great church.
Kenny Cheeves along with his wife, Jenny and two sons, Taylor & Tanner.
I started attending services at TBC in 1995. I had been attending 3 months and I felt that TBC was where the Lord wanted me to be and I joined the church. Jenny and I met at TBC and were married in 2002. I became a deacon and was ordained in August 2013. My goal as a deacon is to be available to the needs of my pastor and my church family. I will strive to do my best and to do the will of the Lord.
Tommy Heard along with his wife, Jennifer and youngest son, Logan.
Jennifer and I have been members at Trinity since 2007. We came to the church due to an unfortunate life event, but God had a plan for us. We were outsiders, but we were welcomed into this family from the beginning. We have been blessed beyond measure with the opportunity to serve in many areas of the church. Jennifer and I were married in 2005 and we have 3 children. Torin is a recent college graduate, Dennis is in the Navy, and Logan is about to graduate high school. In 2014, I was asked to be a deacon and I was ordained in January 2015. It is my goal to serve each and every member when needed. I pray that Trinity continues to grow and we continue to be a loving and caring church.
David Reese along with his wife, Lane and two sons, Ethan & Walker.
As a child, I grew up visiting TBC with my uncle and aunt, Rick & Aundrea Duncan. Shortly after moving to Coweta County in 2010, my wife and my 3 boys, Jake, Ethan and Walker, joined TBC. Lane and I have always served in the children’s ministries of the churches that we have been members of. We serve now in the children’s ministry of TBC. I look forward to many years serving my pastor and members as a deacon of TBC. 1 Corinthians 9:22 states, “I am made all things to all men that I might by all means save some” (KJV).