Trinity Baptist Church
Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Taylor Johnson

Minister of Worship and Young Adults

Howdy. I’m Rev. Taylor Johnson, and I serve as the Minister of Music and Worship here at Trinity Baptist. As the Worship Minister, it is my hope and prayer that everyone at Trinity is able to find a way to offer their talents and abilities in the worship of God. Whether you love music, art, drama, or even dance, I would love to find an opportunity for you to share your talent in worship. We have an adult choir, a smaller mixed ensemble, a women’s ensemble, hand bells, youth choir, youth praise team, and a variety of soloists, both vocal and instrumental. We also have children’s choirs ranging in age from 3 years old all the way up to sixth grade. If you’re interested in being involved with the music ministry here at Trinity, I would love to talk to you.
I am originally from East Texas, and I definitely have a deep and profound love for my state. I attended East Texas Baptist University for undergrad and earned a BA in Music. I then moved 8 hours west (still in the same state!) to attend Texas Tech University for graduate school where I earned an MM in Music Theory. While at Tech I felt the call to seminary and ministry, so after graduation I moved half-way across the country to attend the McAfee School of Theology in Atlanta, Georgia, where I earned an MDiv in Christian Ethics.
While in seminary I served at Peachtree Baptist Church, first as Music Associate and later as the full-time Minister of Music and Worship. After graduation I felt God calling me to a new place of service, and after much prayer and discernment, I accepted the call to Trinity as Minister of Music and Worship in January of 2013. I am very excited about working and serving at Trinity. It is a wonderful church full of amazing people, and I look forward to finding new ways to deepen the already strong music ministry.
When I have free time, I enjoy singing and performing (especially in choirs), reading, collecting comic books, playing video games, watching movies, writing, and watching college football (Go Red Raiders!).