Ministers & Staff

Senior minister

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Jay Roberts – youth minister
jayroberts86@yahoo.com

Jay Roberts

Our Youth Ministry is led by Jay Roberts. Jay has been ministering with and mentoring youth for over twenty years, beginning when he was stationed in Japan as a member of the U.S. Air Force. Jay is passionate about discipleship, and in addition to leading the young people of West U., Jay has been involved in inner-city missions at Impact Church of Christ. Jay Roberts is also the a director of the Nebraska Youth Camp. Outside of organized church ministry, Jay pours into the lives of students as a teacher at Westbury Christian School. Jay joined the staff in 2011.

 

 

 

 

 


Susan Parker – secretary
office@westuchurch.org

Susan Parker serves as our church secretary and ministry assistant. Susan is a graduate of Sam Houston State University, and has served as a business professional in various industries, before offering her gifts to West U. in 2017. Susan brings a wealth of experience and a heart for people to our church ministry. And she has a passion for art and creativity.

 

 

 

 


Stanley Petrisky – administrator / worship leader
admin@westuchurch.org

 

Stanley Petrisky is our office administrator and also is a very talented worship leader. Stanley has been leading worship services at West U. since late 2018 and officially joined our staff as the office administrator in the summer of 2020.

 

 

 

 


Mark Rue – custodian
themarkrue@yahoo.com

Mark Rue

Mark Rue is the church custodian. Mark is a native Houstonian who grew up in the West U. congregation. He graduated from Bellaire High School and attended North Harris Community College for a brief time until he began employment with Compaq Computers. His work for Compaq was primarily as a computer technician in constructing servers and other equipment. He also drove a school bus for about two years for a private bus company. As a young man Mark joined the Boy Scouts and achieved the rare rank of Eagle Scout in 1994, something that is attained by less than 4% of Boy Scouts. As a teenager he worked as a volunteer at the V.A. Hospital. He was baptized in May of 1998 at West U. and now works maintaining our facilities. With Footsteps and other activities around the church building, Mark’s job is never-ending in preparing for the next event. We appreciate his work and efforts very much.