Ministry Leaders

Ministry Leaders

Johnny HutchersonBuilding & Grounds and Custodial Work

Ministry Leader since 2017. Johnny and Theresa have made their home in Fredericksburg since 2009.

Johnny was born in Central Texas, but moved to the High Plains of the Texas Panhandle, where he attended Dumas High School.

In 1966 he married Theresa and over the years, their family grew to include four children and ten grandchildren.

In 1967 Johnny was drafted into the United States Army and served on a “Huey” helicopter in the Vietnam War. After his active duty service, he began a career as a mechanic, flight inspector, and foreman for Bell Helicopter, the Department of Defense, and finally Sikorsky Helicopter of Stratford, Connecticut. It was while in Connecticut that Johnny was baptized into Jesus at the Ward Street Church of Christ.

Johnny reflects, “When one is humble, he puts others’ needs before his own, acknowledging that he is not always right. I believe that life is not about me and what I do; it’s about others.”



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Scott Shepard, Youth

Jack Witteman, Building & Grounds

Ministry Leader since 2019

Jack grew up in Annapolis, Maryland and became a Christian at 16 years old.  His family moved to San Antonio when he was 18 years old. After graduating from Sam Houston High School, Jack joined the army and served two years in Vietnam with a Chinook Helicopter unit.  Upon leaving the service, Jack began a 32-year career with City Public Service where he manufactured electricity for the city of San Antonio.

Jack has four children and a growing number of grandchildren.  In 2008, he married his wife Kelly.  It was their dream to move to Fredericksburg.  In 2019, after much prayer, God provided and planted them in the Fredericksburg church of Christ and in their home.

Jack’s life verse is Matthew 22:37-39, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.  This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: Love your neighbor as yourself.”