Tim Bayly has been senior pastor of Trinity Reformed Church since 1996. He’s vice president of New Geneva Academy, a pastoral training school where he’s been an instructor since 2005. He has the MDiv from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and in 1983 was ordained by John Knox Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church (USA) to serve First and Rosedale Presbyterian Churches in Wisconsin. In 1991, along with his congregation, Bayly transferred into the Presbyterian Church in America, where he served on his presbytery’s Shepherding Committee and the General Assembly’s Ad Interim Study Committee on Women in the Military.
From 1996 to 2000 Bayly was executive director of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. His books include Daddy Tried, The Grace of Shame, Church Reformed, and Elders Reformed. He also writes and podcasts at Warhorn Media. Bayly is married to his childhood sweetheart, Mary Lee; they have five children and twenty-seven grandchildren.
Stephen Baker has served as an associate pastor at Trinity since 2003. Stephen teaches and gives pastoral counseling. He also serves as Dean at Clearnote Pastor’s College. Stephen is married to Sebra, and they have six children and two grandchildren.
David (Max) Curell has served as associate pastor at Trinity since 2002. Max oversees Trinity’s home groups and just about every other aspect of church life. Max is married to Annie, and they have three children and ten grandchildren.
Jake Mentzel is our discipleship pastor and has served at Trinity since 2007. Jake oversees all our discipleship ministries. He also serves as editor (and podcasts regularly) at Warhornmedia.com. He is married to Amanda, and they have seven children.
Philip Moyer has been serving at Trinity since 2006. He heads up our youth ministry, and also leads worship on a regular basis. He serves as our choir director, and is a musician for My Soul Among Lions. Philip and his wife Amy have four children.
Lucas Weeks is the congregational life pastor at Trinity. He serves in many administrative and technical areas in the church, in addition to teaching and preaching. He is married to Hannah, and they have six children.
Wenhao (Mark) Wu