At Trinity we are a group of people that are hungry to meet God where the Bible is professed, and Biblical principles of worshipping together are realized. Trinity’s Worship Ministry provides a place to enjoy meaningful relationships with a family of believers and to experience the joy of seeing God work in and through us to accomplish great things! There is a place for everyone in this ministry.

Worship Choir
Wednesday Rehearsals 7-8:15 pm

The Worship Choir leads worship on Sunday mornings twice a month and presents special musical events throughout the year.  Membership is open to students through all adults, no audition is required.

Worship Band
Wednesday Rehearsals 8:15-9:30 pm

The Trinity Worship Band, involves vocalists, instrumentalists and production techs.  The Worship Band leads worship each Sunday at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.

Journey Choir
Sunday Evenings 4:30-6:00 pm • Grades 1-6

The Journey Choir at TBC meets weekly as a part of The Journey Discipleship experience. Children learn about God’s love through music, scripture, fun and engaging discipleship activities and worship.  Our purpose is to use music to lead children to grow in their knowledge and love of Jesus, and grow in their service to God and His church. When children learn songs of faith in which music is combined with the truth of God’s Word, music helps children remember truth, apply truth, and express truth back to God in worship. Click here to learn more about The Journey!


If you would like more information about the Worship Ministry, please contact Matt Martin, Worship Pastor.

Matt Martin

Matt Martin

Worship Pastor

Contact Matt

Matt Martin became our Worship Pastor in July of 2019. Matt is married to Caryn and they have four energetic redheaded children, Kate, Drew, David, Nathan and one energetic redheaded rescue dog named Ranger. Matt enjoys leading the church, through music, to profess Christ (Hebrews 13:15), build believers (2 Corinthians 3:18), and live the Gospel (Galatians 2:20). Matt was educated at Sam Houston State University and Baylor University. “As a Worship Pastor, my greatest concern is to point people to Christ” (Matthew 5:16).