Trinity Baptist Church
Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Taylor Johnson

Minister of Worship and Young Adults

 
Howdy. I’m Rev. Taylor Johnson, and I serve as the Minister of Worship and Young Adults 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 to 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 a variety of musical ensembles for all ages, opportunities for soloists both instrumental and vocal, as well as opportunities to engage the visual and performing arts. If you’re interested in being involved with the worship 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 undergrad at East Texas Baptist University  and earned my BA in Music. I then moved 8 hours west (still in the same state!) to attend graduate school at Texas Tech University where I earned my 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 my 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 ministry, and after much prayer and discernment, I accepted the call to Trinity as Minister of Music and Worship in January of 2013.  After sensing the need to better minister to the young adults in our church and in the community, I transitioned from Minister of Music and Worship to Minister of Worship and Young Adults in the fall of 2014.
 
In my 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!).