David has been a pastor in the Alabama-West Florida Annual Conference for 14 years. Before being appointed to Trinity, David served churches in Dothan, Alabama, Beulah, Alabama, and Spanish Fort, Alabama.
Prior to being licensed as a United Methodist pastor, David served for 27 years as Planning Director of the City of Dothan, Alabama. He and his wife, Debbie, are natives of Columbus, Georgia, and both are graduates of Columbus State University. Debbie, who retired from the Dothan City Schools after 30 years of service, also holds a Master's Degree from Troy State Universoity-Dothan. They have two daughters: Heather Hendrix, who teaches first grade in Dothan; and Jenni Hendrix-Rhodes who is pastor of Bethel United Methodist Church in Dale County, Alabama. Debbie is a life-long Alabama football fan. David enjoys reading "long, boring books," following the Atlanta Braves, and hiking on the Pine Mountain Trail.
Bruce served Trinity United Methodist Church in the late 1980's. After retirement, Bruce and Ann Johnson moved back to Phenix City, Alabama, and continue their service to the Kingdom of God and Trinity United Methodist Church.