The TCBC staff exists to make our mission and vision into an everyday, practical reality, to serve the body as a whole, and to provide leadership to the various ministries of the church.  But their primary role is to equip every person in the church body for ministry (Eph 4:11-13).

Jonny Norman,  Lead Pastor

Jonny became Lead pastor of TCBC in 2016 after 8 years of investing in the lives of students and adults in two other churches.  He received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Grove City College and a Masters of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary.   Jonny enjoys singing, playing sports, reading with his wife, and wrestling his kids.  He is married to Jen, and they have a daughter and two sons.

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Keith Mason, Pastor to Students and Families

Keith grew up in Fort Worth where he graduated from Paschal High school. He then graduated from the University of North Texas  and Dallas Theological Seminary. He met his wife, Heather while leading Young Life in Denton. They have three kids Payton (15), Kylie (15) and Hatcher (13). He’s served in church student ministry since 1991 and has been at TCBC since February 2012. He loves to join in with students and help them grow to know our Saviour who loves us more than they could ever dream. He also loves any kind of sporting competition.


Sarah Soule, Director of Children’s and Women’s Ministries

Sarah has been in Fort Worth since high school, and she and her husband David have been part of TCBC since its beginning in 2004. She joined the staff in 2010, and enjoys the balancing act that is working and parenting her three kids: Sophia (11), Chloe (8), and Aaron (6). Sarah holds a degree in Elementary Ed/Psychology and taught 2nd grade for several years in Fort Worth ISD before transitioning into her current role. Sarah is passionate about connecting people (kids and adults alike) to the love of Jesus and and to life-giving relationships with one another. When she’s not at work she can be found taking selfies with her dog, trying not to kill the plants in her garden, and taking her kids on overly-ambitious road trips



Elders are responsible for prayer, guarding the spiritual lives of worshippers, and for making sure sound doctrine is taught in the church.

Elders are also called shepherds and overseers in Scripture. That’s why we refer to our elder board and pastors as a “Shepherding Team.” They are advocates of spiritual growth in the church, not a “board of directors,” focused on the logistical matters of the church. Serving 2-year terms, elders are less like a board of directors, and more like fathers and spiritual decision-makers for the Trinity Chapel church body.

Specifically, our shepherding team carries out three functions:

Oversee the body: give prayerful direction to the corporate and individual membership of Trinity Chapel.

Protect the body: guard against false teaching, disunity, danger, and other divisive issues, spiritual and otherwise.

Shepherd the body: counsel, care for, discipline, and direct our membership in various ways and situations.

Current Elder Team
Joel Cox
David Faulk
David Soule

TCBC is under the leadership of a “shepherding team” (composed of the elder board + the pastors) that meets regularly to give guidance, direction, accountability, and support to the church and staff.


Deacons are given ministries that help make sure the Elders and Pastors are able to stay faithful to the ministry of shepherding through the Word of God and prayer (Acts 6).

The word deacon is a Greek word (deaconos) that means “servant.” In a church, the deacons are official servants of the body. While we are all called to be servants, deacons take on specific administrative and ministerial roles in the body. The Bible does not specify what these roles are to be – just that they are to serve in partnership with the elders.