David McNeely

David is the spiritual leader of Wildwood Church, providing our church family with transformational teaching and practical application. He is also our primary communicator and vision caster.

Bob Evans

Bob leads our Congregational Care team in looking after the needs of our church family in the areas of emotional, physical, and relational health. He also leads our Men’s Ministry to integrate men into small groups and discipleship opportunities.

Barksdale Pullen

Barksdale oversees our Children’s (birth-5th grade) and Senior Adult (55+) Ministries. He also leads our outreach events in the community through Wildwood and the Northside Community Center.

Tom Rubino

Tom helps people get connected to our Wildwood Church family through community groups and the new member process. He also helps them connect with our local community partners through service opportunities.

Eric Ryan

Eric trains and works alongside our elders, deacons, staff and lay leaders to more effectively implement our vision and mission, while developing channels for discipleship.

Katie Alonzo

Katie oversees our Sunday School program for 2 year olds through 5th graders. She also helps on Sunday nights with our Wildfire program for K-5th grade. Favorite Movie Father of the Bride Favorite Book: “Anything by Francine Rivers.” What do you most enjoy doing outside of work? “I enjoy spending time with my family.  Whether it is driving…

Bob Burton

Bob administrates the church’s finances and serves on the Finance Team, which is responsible for the annual budget and financial planning. He also oversees information technology and development of our new campus, the Northside Community Center. 

Brooke Jessee

Brooke is responsible for payroll and administrative duties such as scheduling for David McNeely, Tom Rubino, and Eric Ryan. Favorite movie? Steel Magnolias Favorite things to do?  “I love watching my kids do things they enjoy (baseball, football, gymnastics and dance), hunting, and just spending time with friends and family.” Random fact:  “I have a…