Trinity Tech Ministry

Need Tech Support?

The Tech Care Ministry Team offers supportive services to those in need of technology and provides an opportunity for people to live their faith by serving their neighbors. Tech visitation is available on Wednesdays and Sundays. For more information or to schedule a visit, contact John Han in the Church Office: 817.274.1345.

Children's Mobile Media Ministry (M3)

We are starting a new Mobile Media MINISTRY for our children. The purpose of the ministry to nurture our children in Christ by is using iPads, Android or Windows Tablets, or smartphones. We will create a lesson each week with a team and let our children learn about Christ and the Bible through the lesson. We are looking for team members who have been teachers, so that they can help us create a lesson using their teaching experience. If you are interested in this ministry, please contact John Han in the Church Office: 817.274.1345 / john@trinityarl.org.

Sunday Morning Media Techs Needed

Are you able to click a mouse and hit the space bar on a computer? Can you follow along and pay attention during a Sunday morning service? If you answered yes, they you have the necessary skills to run the media for a Sunday morning service! We need volunteers willing to help run the media for the 8:30 and 11:00 AM services. You will be given all the necessary training and placed in a rotation schedule.
If you would like to volunteer or would like more info, please contact Dustin Kaps: dustin@trinityarl.org.


Rev. John Han


Rev. John Han came to Trinity in September, 2013 as a mobile media ministry director. He started Mobile Media Ministry called M3. It is the unique ministry which allows children to learn about God through technology. John became an associate pastor in July, 2014. He provides leadership for and actively participates in worship, pastoral care, education, discipleship, and evangelism. Additionally, John is the minister of Alpha course.

A native of South Korea, John completed his Bachelor of Engineering in Polymer at Dankook University, South Korea in 2001. He moved to the United States in 2005 to begin seminary. He studied for Master of Divinity in Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX for 3 years and transferred to Brite Divinity School at TCU.
John completed his Master of Divinity at Brite in fall, 2011. He is an ordained elder with the Central Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church.

Rev. John Han and his wife, Sunny, have been married since 2002. They have one child: Kristina. John likes watching movies, riding bike, reading, web-surfing, and praying.


Dustin Kaps