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Our Deacons


deacons2JOEL BACON

Joel Bacon has been a Deacon at Trinity since 1983. He also serves as the church organist, and, together with wife Janet, sings in the church choir. Joel is a longtime teacher of chemistry and physics at a local Christian school. His hobbies include birding, gardening, tropical fish, astronomy and weather-tracking. The Bacons have three sons; Nicholas, James, and Nathaniel. 


09-04_askey_01b-1-DAVID ASKEY

David Askey and his wife, Lisa, have been attending Trinity for over 30 years. The Askeys have three daughters all of whom were raised and married at Trinity. David has been a Deacon since 1984 and also serves as the head of the sound enhancement and recording committee. Working as an I.T. coordinator at a local Christian school, David also enjoys building, rebuilding, soccer, family gatherings and all things computer and technology related. David was recognized at our annual meetings for his years of faithful service with this Resolution of Thanks.


deacons4DAN LYNCH

Dan Lynch and his wife, Kailyn, have been worshiping together at Trinity for eight years. They have three children--Madison, Logan and Jackson. Dan was ordained as a Deacon in November, 2010, and is pleased to be able to use the gifts God has given him to serve the church. Dan has experience in the areas of fitness and home repairs.




Brian Tilton has been serving on the Board of Deacons at Trinity for over 10 years. He currently fills the position of secretary. Brian and his wife Linda have been members of Trinity since 1984, and they have three children. Brian has experience and expertise in the areas of business and insurance.




Paul Van Rheenen has attended Trinity for more than 25 years. He has served as a Deacon for over 10 years and is currently the treasurer. Prior to becoming a Deacon, Paul served as a Trustee for six years, during four of which he was the head of Buildings and Grounds. Paul is married and has three children.