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Dr. Billy Elkins, Preaching/Teaching Elder

After pastoring various churches around the state, Billy Elkins became the senior pastor of Trinity in 2003. He and his wife Cryss have three sons and two daughters-in-law.

Billy is a graduate of Chickasha High School, has a B.A. in Fine Art from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, a Master of Divinity with Biblical Languages from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, FT. Worth, TX, and a Ph.D. in Apologetics and Philosophy from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY.




James Smith, Elder

James and Sylvia have been married for 27 years and have two children, Lane and Tori. They moved to Chickasha in 2003 and became members of trinity in 2004.

James, an Oklahoma City native, received his B. A. from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. He received his Masters in Religious Education from Liberty University.

Following their children’s graduation from college, James and Sylvia are praying about continuing their ministry in Nicaragua.





Jim Delver, Elder

Jim Delver has been married to his lovely bride Kelley for over 30 years now. They have one son Micah, and 3 grandchildren. Jim has worked for Comanche County Hospital in Lawton for 21 years in the field of Radiation Oncology. He and Kelley have lived in the Elgin area for most of their married lives.

They began attending Trinity Church three years ago where they knew they had found “home” after the first service.

Jim says that the most important thing anyone could know about him is summed up in John Newton’s words: “I know two things, I am a great sinner, and Christ is a great savior”.


Reagan Elkins, Music, Youth, and Multimedia

Reagan Elkins serves as Trinity’s music, youth, and multimedia minister. He has a passion for leading God’s people in worship, and to teach students the word of God without “dumbing-down” the content. He and his wife Madison are both professional musicians and have recorded in Nashville, TN, and have also toured the state of Oklahoma with their band, Jenkins Valley.

Reagan earned an A.A. degree in Film and Video Productions from OCCC, and a B.A. degree in History from USAO. In Spring of 2014 he directed a documentary entitled, “The Diminished Church,” which explains a few reasons why youth are leaving the church in America. Reagan desires to eventually continue his education in the fields of Christian apologetics and film directing.