Hi, I’m Tyler Tibbs, Lead Pastor at WCC. My primary responsibilities are to set the vision for our church and to keep us focused on the mission of helping others take their next steps in Jesus. I preach on a regular basis and pray for you. I am a follower of Christ from a small town in Alabama. 
Basic Stuff: 
I am married to a wonderful lady named Leah Tibbs, who is an awesome teacher in the Clarksville School System. The dad to two rambunctious kids named Timothy and Eleanor. 
In a previous life: 
I have been in ministry since 2010 in various roles including; volunteer staff, bi-vocational Youth Pastor, and Lead Pastor. I have pastored in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee twice (Memphis area and Old Hickory). 
I am an ordained Elder in the Church of the Nazarene. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Religion and minor in Pastoral Ministry from Trevecca Nazarene University. I also have a Master’s Degree in Biblical Studies from Trevecca Nazarene University. 
Interests and Favorites: 
I am a fan of all the major sports, college football, and college basketball starting in March. My favorite teams are the Crimson Tide, the Yankees, the Patriots, the Grizzlies, and the Predators. 
I enjoy working out… I know it doesn’t look like it… Don’t judge. 
I enjoy hanging out with family and eating. 
My favorite tv shows are NCIS, Burn Notice, Chicago PD, Blue Bloods. 
Favorite movies are anything Batman, Moana, and Frozen. Again don’t judge. 
I love Mexican food, Chinese food, and really just food in general. 
My favorite drink is coke, vanilla coke, and elderberry tea. 
I love reading Tom Clancy novels, theology books, and leadership books. 
My life verse(s) are Psalm 121: 
I lift up my eyes to the hills— 
    from where will my help come? 
2 My help comes from the Lord, 
    who made heaven and earth. 
3 He will not let your foot be moved; 
    he who keeps you will not slumber. 
4 He who keeps Israel 
    will neither slumber nor sleep. 
5 The Lord is your keeper; 
    the Lord is your shade at your right hand. 
6 The sun shall not strike you by day, 
    nor the moon by night. 
7 The Lord will keep you from all evil; 
    he will keep your life. 
8 The Lord will keep 
    your going out and your coming in 
    from this time on and forevermore. 

Hi, I'm Vicki Patton, Executive Pastor at WCC.  I absolutely love what I do!  My primary responsibilities include equipping and supporting our ministry teams and church body.  Together we want our church to be the place people can go to make life-long friends. I also assist our Compassionate Ministries leaders, knowing that caring for the needs of the people is at the heart of all that Jesus calls us to do.  
Basic Stuff:
I am the mom of five wonderful children, their spouses and the nana of 10 delightful grandchildren!  It has been my greatest privilege to be a part of their lives. I am excited to watch as God unfolds the plans He has for our family.
In a previous life:
I was, and at heart remain, a proud Army wife.  My husband, Steve, served with 160th SOAR for 16 years.  Our entire military career was spent at Fort Campbell, with our only moves being from Werner Park to Drennan Park, and then to Woodlawn!  In Steve's eighteenth year of service, he was diagnosed with cancer.  By God's grace, Steve continued to serve until his retirement.  God's grace and mercy continues to be a source of strength and hope now.
I am an ordained Elder in the Church of the Nazarene. I have Bachelor's Degree in Pastoral Ministries from Nazarene Bible College and a second degree in Counseling in Christian Ministry. 
Interests and Favorites:
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with family and friends, eating and laughing together.
My television remote always clicks to Home and Garden TV.  One of these days I'm going to find time to plant my dream garden.
I love to read books on leadership and theology, but on a quiet day off I can spend hours and hours reading story books to my grandbabies.
God encourages me with these words from Isaiah 40:31: "Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength.  They will soar on wings like eagles, they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not faint."

Sue Gafford, Administrator
Sue has served the Woodlawn Community Church with her administrative abilities and organizational skills for more than twenty years.  By helping to coordinate events and procedures in the church, she helps maximize the ministry of each of the church's department