Redeem Bethel Community fellowship Center

Phone: (315) 589-2160

Email: rbcogiccfc@gmail.com

Address: 4496 NY-104, Williamson, NY 14589

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                                                                      Elder Trent T. Wynn

          Elder Trent Wynn is an ordained Elder and member of Redeem Bethel Church of God in Christ Community Fellowship Center located in Williamson, New York where Dr. Henry Prior is pastor.  Elder Wynn accepted the Lord in his life in the summer of 1992 after returning from serving six years in the United States Army.  The Lord dealt with him while serving in the military imposing the thought on his heart that “you served Uncle Sam faithfully, now it is time to serve God faithfully.” 

 

         The Lord blessed Elder Wynn to attend some elite leadership courses, and he graduated at the top of his class.  He attended the African American Leadership Development Course (AALDP) sponsored by the United Way; the Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC) sponsored by the US Army; the Leadership Emergence Course sponsored by Paychex, Incorporated; courses at the Institute of Christian Education (ICE), and the Regional Theological Survey Course; both sponsored by New York Western First Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of the Church of God in Christ.

 

         Elder Wynn has served his local church faithfully in many capacities which includes President of the Youth Department, Leader of the Joshua Generation, Chief Armor Bearer, Choir President, Trustee member, Instructor of the Foundational Theological Training, Usher board member, serves as Chief of Staff for District 13 and appointed as Assistant Pastor of Redeem Bethel Church by Dr. Henry Prior April of 2018.  Elder Wynn has chaired many committees, and simply has an attitude of “Whatever your hands findeth to do,” do it. Growing up in the church, his parents believed in helping others, so he would find himself cutting someone’s grass, shoveling someone’s driveway, or moving someone from one house to another.  Family values were taught heavily in the home, and it became a part of him easily.  The Lord opened up many opportunities for Elder Wynn to mentor young men and instill values into their lives that he was graciously favored to witness during their upbringing. Elder Wynn is the 9th of 11 children born to Deacon Nathaniel and Mother Ethel Wynn.

 

         Elder Wynn is blessed to be married to Missionary Diane “Lady Di” Wynn for 19 years, and they have three beautiful children; Trenton, Jalyn and Myles.