Pastor Roland attended Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Upon graduation he and Suzanne served as missionaries to Zaire (Congo). Upon returning to the US they affiliated with the Assemblies of God, coming to St. Albans in 1983. They have three children and seven grandchildren.
Rachel attended Liberty University and studied the field of Psychology. She started working at Chruch of the Rock as of April 2015, and is excited to see what God has planed for her time here. She grew up in Vermont, and has been a part of childrens ministries, and youth ministries her whole life. Outside of working at the church she is also a hula hoop fitness and dance instructor, and has a love for music and art.
Andrew Zemianek grew up in Church of the Rock and went to Florida to attend Southeastern University. Once he graduated, he felt God calling him to return to Vermont in order to minister. His role primarily focuses on media, and young adult and small group ministry. He has a heart to use media to reach people and impact the members of the congregation.
Kim started attending Church of the Rock as a brand new Christian in 2006. As her love for Jesus grew, she began serving in many different ministries, including children, youth, women, worship and dance. A Certified Public Accountant by trade, she naturally began to help with the Church’s finances.
She is honored to be using the gifts God has given to her for His kingdom. Kim currently is responsible for financial management, human resources and general business compliance at COTR. Kim graduated from Champlain College with a bachelor’s degree in 1994, became a CPA in 1996, and most recently has obtained a local church credential as a Commissioned Minister at Church of the Rock. Kim lives with her husband, Gregory and four children.
Tammi has been volunteering with the youth group for many years and loves working with the middle school and high school age groups. Being able to use her skills and education to make this the best youth group for our teens is an honor and privilege. Watching the teens grow into young adults who are choosing to love and worship God is the number one benefit of this job. Outside of church, she is a full-time wife to Brian and mom to two teens.