Staff



me2013Pastor Emily Wycpalek

Minister to Youth & Young Adults

Pastor Emily Wycpalek is a commissioned minister serving the Youth and Young Adults at Rolling Oaks Christian Church (ROCC). She creates and develops fellowship opportunities that allows youth & young adults to live and exercise their love of Jesus Christ. She exudes and enthusiasm for worship and service that is contagious; it extends through our church to our community and beyond. She works part-time at Nationwide Insurance. Her most important job is being mom to her two daughters, Jamie & Sydney. She received her Associates in Interdisciplinary Studies from Del Mar College.  She is a trained Stephen Minister.
CheriRev. Cheri Tummelson
Chaplain to the Homebound and Hospitalized

Cheri is a graduate from Brite Divinity School (Ft. Worth), as well as a highly experienced registered nurse who feels a calling to chaplain ministry (perhaps hospice chaplaincy).
Lin AlynPastor Lin Alyn Duncan
Minister to the Community 

Lin Alyn Duncan is a commissioned minister who serves as Minister to the Community. She is active in the children’s ministry of ROCC and participates regularly in worship. In addition, she seeks to serve the community on behalf of Rolling Oaks Christian Church and to involve the congregation in ministries that serve our community and our world. Lin Alyn is retired as an elementary school teacher and as minister to children here at ROCC. She and her husband enjoy spending much time with their grandchildren. She also enjoys visiting nursing facilities with her beloved poodle and reading weekly with children at a local elementary school.
PabloPablo Aguilar
Musician

A native of Mexico, Pablo often invites his family and/or students of his to join us with a variety of instrumentation. In addition, Pablo is a piano teacher with the Musical Arts Center of San Antonio.
KittyKitty Toudouze
Administrative Assistant

Kitty was born and raised in San Antonio. As a mother of 4 and grandmother of 2, family is a priority to her. After 13 years of homeschooling, she has returned to the workforce in her area of expertise. She feels that her position is more of her ministry, than a job, as she is most often the first impression people have of ROCC.
Jesse Melendez
Custodian