Our Pastoral Staff
Senior Pastor Billy Mack Gotcher
Pastor Gotcher and his wife Rhonda have been with us at Trinity Baptist Church since June of 2015. He received Christ as his personal Lord and Savior in 1984 during a spring revival on his college campus in Texas. Through required chapel services and Bible classes, he was confronted with the Gospel and his need of salvation. During this time, his girlfriend (now his wife) trusted Christ as her Savior at Chalk Bluff Baptist Church. Several of the members of this church began to pray for and witness to him. After trusting Christ, he was baptized and joined the church.
Associate Pastor Rob McIlwaine
As an associate pastor of discipleship, Pastor Rob is responsible for leading the church in our commitment to becoming Christ-like disciples who make other disciples. He is our Youth Leader, playing a major role in Youth Group, Teen Life Group and Teen D Groups with his wife Dana.
Pastor Rob is committed to Biblical exposition and is passionate to see our church pursing godliness together. In addition, Pastor Rob serves as administrator of Trinity Baptist School where he teaches both Bible and History to our Senior High students. He is helping to develop a culture of discipleship in our school. Read More>
Associate Pastor Randy Boardman
Randy graduated from Bob Jones University in 1991. He, along with his wife, Amy, spent 8 years as missionaries in Japan helping plant two churches before pastoring a third. He also invested 11 years planting Harvest Baptist Church in Milton, VT. He enjoys reading, boating, and writing.
As an associate pastor of pastoral care, Pastor Randy is responsible to lead our church to develop a culture of mutual care. Part of this mutual care is our concern for the communities around us. Pastor Randy is helping us to develop community outreach plans and evangelistic training for our members. He leads a D-Group and provides on-site leadership at our Shelburne campus. In addition, Pastor Randy uses his considerable trade skills to help us continually improve the facilities that the Lord has entrusted to our care.