Last updated on February 12, 2022
Office of Deacon:

The office of deacon is very important to the local church. Deacons are the agents of mercy and caring to those in the congregation who are poor or needy. God has designed this ministry as a practical office that serves God’s people who need help. Those that serve God well as deacons are rewarded. 
Qualifications for the office of deacon are given in 1 Timothy 3:8-12.   
A potential candidate must meet every qualification or they are not qualified to serve as a deacon. 
John Adams

John Adams is a Southern California native, and has been a member of Roosevelt Community Church since moving to the Antelope Valley with his wife Leah and their children in 2010. He has worked as an IT professional and systems integrator for various defense contractors in the valley since they married in 2003.  He is thankful for God’s grace and providence in his life which brought them together and connected them with the lives of such a great community of believers where the Word is faithfully taught week after week.  They continually look forward to the opportunities to use their time and talents in service to the body.


Tim Coyle

I have been a Christian since 1980 and have had the privilege of serving at this church since 2002.  I have been blessed through the ministry and leadership of the elders at this church.  Our two grown children, Meghan and Jason have also been blessed by the ministry to others that is practice here.
The greatest blessing in serving here involves those persons we have served and have served along side with.  There is a willingness to serve and to be served.  This common bond draws us to closer together as fellow brothers and sisters; there is a love that draws us to manifest the “one another’s”; and a oneness of hope and commitment.


Scott Erickson

Scott was born and raised in Southern California. He married Janice, his high school sweetheart, in 1983 and has 2 children and 3 grandchildren. He accepted Jesus as his Savior in 1991. Scott has always had a servant’s heart and has served in various children's ministries throughout the years. He has been attending here since 2008 and is privileged to sit under the Biblical teaching and to join in fellowship. He is excited to serve the congregation as deacon.

Albert Winbush

Albert has been a member of Roosevelt Community since 1988 when he and his wife moved from Los Angeles to Lancaster. He recently retired from the U.S. Postal Service after 28 years of service.  He enjoys spending time with his
four adult children and three grandchildren. He enjoys reading from a wide variety of genres, is a lifelong learner and loves to travel. But above all of this is his great desire is to serve God in a way that is pleasing to Him, loving others, be a faithful witness to the gospel and waiting for the joyous return of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.