Dr. Zach Edwards
Zach Edwards answered God's call to be the new senior
pastor of Trinity, beginning in November 2019. Zach had
previously served as a church planting catalyst in
Wyoming for the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention since 2015. He and his wife, Amber, have a daughter, Taryn, and a son, Ryan. Zach is a life-long Southern Baptist, having grown up
as a “pastor’s kid” (PK) in Mansfield, Texas. He made a profession of faith in Christ in March 1986 and surrendered to fulltime Christian ministry in January 1999. Pastor Zach firmly believes that "The local church belongs to Jesus (Matt. 16:18) and
exists for His glory (Eph. 3:21) as He accomplishes His redemptive mission on earth through her (Acts 1:8, 2:46-47, 11:19-26)."
Vicki Knapp serves as Trinity’s office manager. She has served in
several positions at Trinity in her more than 30 years as a member,
including youth worker, VBS director, Bible study teacher and part time office staff. In 1997, she accepted the full-time position as office
manager. She and her husband, Gerry, raised five children at Trinity
and three of the five met their spouses at the church. Vicki says the
best part of her life is watching grandchildren grow up in church.
Pastor of Caring:
Jim Winchester serves as the pastor of caring at Trinity and is well equipped because of his more than 60 years in ministry. Jim previously served as minister of music and education at Trinity for 32 years. In 2018 he completed 40 years of ministry serving the congregation. He is married to Edith. They have two grown children and one granddaughter. In his spare time, he enjoys growing pecans in his orchard in northeast Clovis.
Kim has a love for children and seeing them come to know Jesus just as she did as a child at Trinity Southern Baptist Church. As children’s director, Kim leads Kid’s Town on Sunday morning and the Awana program on Wednesday evenings. Kim attended California Baptist University and Fresno State. She received a master of divinity degree from Golden Gate Seminary (now Gateway Seminary) and served as a summer missionary in Idaho. Kim’s profession is teaching an online elementary class.