Jim Hennesy is the Senior Pastor of Trinity Church, and is the primary presenter of the preaching/teaching ministry and primary steward of Trinity’s vision. After graduating from Central Bible College, he served at churches in St. Petersburg, Florida and Leeds, Alabama before accepting his current position.

Jim focuses his ministry around the Presence and Testimony of Jesus (Substance of God), and strongly encourages the church to live in supernatural participation with the Holy Spirit.  

Jim has also served as a visiting professor at North Central Bible College and Southwestern Assemblies of God University.  He is a respected teacher and speaker at major gatherings of ministers around the world. He has authored two books, No More Cotton Candy and Fresh.

He helped form Transformation Vision Cedar Hill and serves on the steering committee.  The organization is a coalition of business, education, government and nonprofit/church organizations committed to see God’s principles enacted into the fiber and relationships of the community.  

Jim leads a network of over 90 pastors across the nation and in Canada. He mentors, disciples, and meets with these pastors throughout the year, using his over 37 years of pastoral ministry to equip the next generation of ministers. He also speaks to their congregations and does staff training.

Jim and Becky (married 44 years) have three children: Ross, a graduate of Texas Tech University and Temple University is currently the director of the Quaker Voluntary Service in Philadelphia. Ryan, a graduate of Southwestern University and Princeton Theological Seminary, and his wife, Julia, are on staff at a church in Baltimore. Katee is a graduate of Oral Roberts University, and is currently serving on the executive staff at Trinity Church. 



Becky is a gifted teacher and minister. She communicates from her heart clearly and effectively and is presently serving as Co-Pastor of Trinity Church with her husband, Jim Hennesy. She is currently serving as Director of Reformation and City Transformation. Her desire is to gather Reformers who want to see the Kingdom of God come and His perfect will to be done in our cities, bringing transformation to broken places and systems. Becky is also the Chaplain for the WNBA Dallas Wings. Becky’s message is one of hope and reaches across generations and cultures. She has a tremendous burden for world missions, building teams and traveling internationally often, to spread the gospel and strengthen the local churches and works.