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Trinity Presbytery

Term Expires in 2020

David Montoya (1)

504 Park Place, 

Marshall, TX 75672

832-336-6897 

John Lindsay (1)

2316 Laurel Forest Drive,

Ft. Worth, TX 76177

940-391-1213

Marvin Terrell (2)

5811 Yarbrough Road,

 Longview, TX 75604

903-759-1305

Term Expires in 2021


Tatiana Eyer (1)

11219 Honeysuckle Haven Dr.,

Cypress, TX 77433

346-270-6859


Jim Carroll (1)

120 Coffeeville Road,

Jefferson, TX 75657

979-218-8446


*Shannon Martin (2)

614 CR 4608,

Troup, TX 75789

903-283-2190


Term Expires in 2022


David Kurtz (1)

212 CR 4705,

Troup, TX 75789

817-683-4783


Nancy Abernathy (1)

5420 Tenneryville Road,

Longview, TX 75604

903-759-4057


David Dean (3)

7515 FM 1793,

Karnak, TX 75661

903-938-0927

Board of Christian Education

From the "Standing Rules of Trinity Presbytery"

C. Board of Christian Education: The Board of Christian Education shall consist of nine members and has the responsibility to do the following:

  1. Serve as a liaison between the General Assembly’s Board of Christian Education and the committees on Christian Education in the local congregations, promoting and publicizing the programs of the General Assembly’s board;


  2. Serve as a resource agency for committees on Christian Education of local congregations concerning such activities as Sunday church school, weekday church school, vacation Bible school, youth and children’s programs and activities, leadership training, church officer training, stewardship education, and all additional systematic study opportunities for children, youth and adults.

  3. Provide workshops on curriculum materials with critical evaluations of print materials and audio or visual media;

  4. Aid the General Assembly’s Board of Christian Education in the development of a corps of consultants in Christian Education who will be available for workshops at the presbyterial and congregational levels;

  5. Plan, promote and implement summer youth camps, youth convocations, events to encourage development and enrichment of worship, marriage enrichment retreats, seminars on the particular problems of singles, special programs for children, and vacation activities for the family which relate to spiritual formation;
  6. Serve as an advocate for Bethel College within the presbytery;

  7. Nominate General Assembly Youth Advisory Delegates and alternates to the September session of the Presbytery, ensure that each Youth Advisory Delegate presents a written report at the September meeting of Presbytery;

  8. Responsible for the training of elders, approved by presbytery, to serve communion in congregations without a pastor in charge.

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