Our Leadership Team

Our Elders

William Bramlett

William was born, raised, and served in the Churches of Christ, having been baptized at the age of 12 in 1955.  He met his wife Martha in grade school and they were married in 1963.  They have 2 children, Sara and Kelli, and three grandchildren.  William’s work has taken them throughout the country where they have been actively engaged in church activities in 9 different states reaching from Utah in the West to Minnesota, New York, and Connecticut in the north, and Florida and Texas in the south with a few more in between.

William and his family came back to their “home” area in 1995 and have been attending Cross Timbers Church of Christ full time since 2005.

Marc McEndree

 

Our Minister

Wayne Hancock

Wayne was called to serve Cross Timbers in August 2019. Wayne is a native of Texas and happy to be serving in his home state. He obtained a B.A. in Biblical Text and Preaching from Lubbock Christian University in 2016. In 2019 he graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity. Wayne’s goal in ministry is to help people develop a passion and love for God that motivates them throughout their lives.

Wayne is an avid reader. His ideal day is sitting down with a book and enjoying a hot cup of coffee. He is also a movie enthusiast and enjoys analyzing and discussing films as they impact our culture.

Our Youth Minister

Angel Jauregui

Angel is from Waxahachie, TX. He came to Stephenville in 2016 and has been here for the past 4 years. He attended Tarleton State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Services and Development with a Minor in Animal Science. He came across Cross Timbers Church of Christ his sophomore year of college after becoming close friends with Reece Cary (current member of CTCC & previous Youth Minister). He soon began helping Reece with the youth group and later became associate youth minister. He took on the role of youth minister after Reece stepped down. CTCC has become a second family to him and it is a place where he feels accepted. Outside of CTCC, he works at SWISH Inc. an irrigation company in Stephenville and has an Australian Shepard name Copper who keeps him on his toes.