Warren Kim - Music Director
God has given me a musical talent. It is the ability to play the piano. I have used this talent over a decade for His glory. The joy and the inexpressible happiness God graciously poured on me as I carried out this mission are beyond what I deserve. After a decade of serving Him through accompanying, God is strongly leading me to become a director of music. He has opened up the paths that I never expected. Even though my talent may be weak, I am not afraid because God has always opened up for me.
(Philippians 4:13) I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me.
After moving to Denton to work on my doctorate degree (DMA) in music, God gave me Trinity Presbyterian Church in Mansfield to serve. The director of music should work together only for His glory, with other spiritual leaders that God placed at the church and also lead the church through the beautiful instrument called ‘music.’ Leading the worship and glorify Jesus Christ our Lord with the congregation is my main focus. And that is exactly what I am looking forward to do.
Barbara Kondrach - ADMINISTRATIve assistant
Barbara joined our church staff in October 2005 as the church secretary. She is responsible for all our office needs including bulletins, deposits, paying bills and running payroll.
Barbara and her husband Don have been married for 32 years and have one son, Zach, who is attending the University of Texas at Arlington.
SHERYL BARGE - PRESCHOOL DIRECTOR
Sheryl came to Trinity in August of 2005 as the Pre-K teacher. After one year of teaching at Trinity she became the director and is beginning her 13th school year as director. Sheryl and her husband Jeff have been married 40 years and have 3 children and 3 ADORABLE granddaughters. Jeff is enjoying retirement after 34 years as a band director and all 3 of their children have music degrees and teach in the DFW area. In her spare time Sheryl enjoys creating for her Etsy shop, Bible journaling, trips to 1st Monday Trade Days, turning “trash” to treasure, spending endless hours with her granddaughters, and rescuing animals. At the present time she has 3 cats (Oreo, Groban, and Bandit) and 2 dogs (Zippy and Gunner).
Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children Play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood. –Fred Rodgers
One of the greatest things we can learn from a child is to see the world through their eyes of “Wonder”. – Author Unknown