Tyler grew up with a ministry background and over the years has served in several churches as life groups pastor, worship leader, youth pastor and more before taking his role as the Lead Pastor of TCC. He has been married to his lovely wife Amy since 1993 and they have four children, Jordan, Hannah, Levi, and Benjamin. Tyler and his family moved to Knoxville as missionaries and since coming to Trinity he has filled several roles before landing in his current role as the Lead Pastor. Tyler’s heart is to protect and care for the church while seeing every ministry at Trinity create fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
Get ready for an unforgettable experience! Today is Family Sunday, and we are beyond thrilled! Our youth will be taking the stage as part of our worship team, and there will be baptisms, communion, a special baby dedication, new partners being recognized, and heartwarming testimonies of how God has been moving in our community. It will be a day filled with encouragement, inspiration, and fun. We can’t wait for you to be a part of it!
Join Tyler and Amy Lynde as we celebrate Christmas and take a look at the stories of Anna and Simon that are close to the heart of the Christmas story but often get overlooked. This is a fun time of worship and learning, and we invite you to gather your family for this special service!
We are bringing our series “Rhythms Of Grace” to a close with a powerful message from Tyler Lynde on “Celebration”, and how it’s an often missed, but important spiritual discipline. We pray God encounters you wherever you’re at.
We are so glad to have you join us! As we are getting close to the end of our series “Rhythms Of Grace”, Tyler talks about Discipleship, and how we are called to incorporate it into our daily lives. We pray God encounters you wherever you’re at.
We are so glad to have you join us! Tyler continues our series “Rhythms of Grace” where we will be taking a look at fellowship. Fellowship is a gift from God, and part of the Christian walk, but including it in our busy life can be hard. Nevertheless, it’s an important part of God’s plan to help us draw closer to him. We pray God encounters you wherever you’re at.