The Lord Christ Jesus is the Bridegroom and Head of the Church - Her Redeemer, Chief Shepherd, and King. In the wisdom and providence of God, He chose to establish local shepherds (we call them elders or pastors) to serve Him in the local gatherings of His people. These men are called to faithfully teach the Word, be dedicated in prayer, protect the doctrine of the church, lead the congregation, care for the flock, and equip the saints for the work of ministry according to the authority of Scripture. The elders of Trinity gather on the first Sunday of every month at 7:00pm for an open meeting, during which members of Trinity are invited to bring forward any possible ministry opportunities; requests; concerns necessitating church discipline; or questions regarding doctrine, church practice, and vision for ministry.
Drew is devoted to the glory of God, teaching the Word, the ministry of prayer, and daily growing alongside his brothers and sisters in Christ. His greatest desire is to glorify God in all things, particularly through the continuing faithful ministry at Trinity. Drew has a deep affection for the congregation here at Trinity and is grateful for how the Lord is working in, among, and through this church family as we continue to proclaim His glory in our worship, neighborhoods, and vocations. Raised in the Tidewater area of Virginia, he holds a music degree from Christopher Newport University and is currently pursuing a Masters degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC. The Lord has blessed Drew with his wonderful wife, Anna, and they live in Buies Creek, NC.
David has a great love for Jesus and hopes to see the Gospel spread in our local area. He has a passion for the Bible and loves to discuss The Word. David enjoys serving at church and is always open to meet with people who want to discuss life. He has lived in Harnett County for most of his life, starting his career as a Professional Firefighter and now working as a General Contractor. David is married to his wife, Tiffany, and they have four children.
The Lord also established servants in each local church to minister to the physical and practical needs of the congregation. These men are called deacons, and we set them apart to care for the practical needs of the body at Trinity.
Scott Keith - Deacon
Rex Rhyne - Deacon