Leadership Team and Church Governance
Pastor Rich Lusk has been at TPC since December, 2004. Before that he served at Redeemer Presbyterian (PCA) in Austin, TX and Auburn Avenue Presbyterian (CREC) in Monroe, LA. He and his wife Jenny have four kids.
Rich is a graduate of Auburn University (B. S. in Microbiology) and the University of Texas at Austin (M.A. in Philosophy).
Along with pastoring Trinity Presbyterian Church, Rich is on faculty at the Bucer Institute (Monroe, LA).
In addition to many articles, papers and essays, Rich is the author of Paedofaith: A Primer on the Mystery of Infant Salvation and a Handbook for Covenant Parents, as well as a contributing author to The Federal Vision and The Case for Covenant Communion. See the Pastor's Corner for more audio and writing by Pastor Lusk.
Jimmy was born and raised near Jacksonville, Florida, where he learned to enjoy almost any sport involving water. He grew to love the Lord from an early age and sensed a call to ministry while in high school.
Jimmy earned his bachelors degree in biblical studies from Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida, where he met his soon-to-be wife, Michelle. Jimmy and Michelle were married on August 4, 2007, and moved to Birmingham the next weekend for Jimmy to begin his Master of Divinity degree at Beeson Divinity School.
After graduating in December of 2010, Jimmy was called as an associate pastor at their church, Fullness Christian Fellowship.
Jimmy and Michelle celebrated the birth of their first child, Naomi Christine, on March 30, 2011, and look forward to joining our family to the TPC family in the worship and service of our King.
You can call Jimmy at 205-259-6301.
Gilbert Douglas serves as the Clerk of Session at TPC.
Karl Petersen serves as TPC's Treasurer.
Download or view PDF online: Trinity Presbyterian Church Constitution (Revised 2012)
Trinity Presbyterian Church actively participates in the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches (CREC). We officially joined the CREC in October, 2006.
Our desire is to further the work of God’s Kingdom throughout the earth and to see the gospel ministry prosper so that the kingdoms of this world become the kingdoms of our Lord and of his Christ (Rev. 11:15). We work toward the day that every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess that Jesus is Lord, to the glory of God the Father (Phil 2:10, 11).
As the CREC continues to grow, we are humbled by the Lord’s kindness and patience with us. By God’s grace, we shall continue laboring together with a generous and patient spirit. Our gathering of churches is not intended as a separation from other orthodox believers who confess the name of Christ, but rather as a gathering within that broader church, that we might work together effectively for the reformation of the church and the redemption of the world.
Sincerely, Pastor Jack Phelps, Presiding Minister, CREC