• INTERIM PASTOR - Sonja Roberts Dalglish

    Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (M.Div.)

    University of Texas at Austin (B.S. Physics; B.A. Mathematics)


    Sonja is a native Texan. She earned two Bachelor's degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and worked as a research scientist before going to seminary.  Since ordination in 1996, she served as Chaplain and Coordinator of Family Services for Hope Hospice in New Braunfels and Parish Associate for Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church for fifteen years. For the last seven years, she has been an Interim and Supply Pastor within Mission Presbytery:  at FPC Weslaco, Sinton Presbyterian Church, and most recently at FPC Kingsville as Transitional Pastor. Sonja currently serves as a Trustee for Mission Presbytery.  Her husband is the Rev. Dr. Doug Dalglish, also a Presbyterian pastor who currently serves as President of Presbyterian Pan American School in KIngsville. Sonja and Doug have four grown children and one grandson, all in Texas. Sonja's hobbies include reading, writing, card making, crochet and knitting. She especially loves getting lost in mysteries.

  • MUSIC DIRECTOR & ORGANIST - Gregory A. Nussel

    Arizona State University (M.B.A., B.S. Business Administration)


    Greg has been a church organist since April 1970. Over the years, Greg held a variety of assignments in Catholic, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Episcopal, and Anglican congregations. He has resided in San Antonio twice, first moving to the Alamo City in 1982 and remained there until 1986 when he relocated to New Orleans with his career job with the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit. Greg retired from the Fifth Circuit in 2013, having served more than 30 years in the Judicial Branch, and returned to San Antonio, Texas, with his wife, Vanessa, where he continued his work as a substitute and interim organist, accepting a wide diversity of assignments. Greg is a member of the American Guild of Organists, where he serves on the board of the Alamo Chapter, and of the Organ Historical Society.

  • OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR - Cristie Rethman

    Texas A&M University (B.B.A. Accounting) 


    Cristie worked as an accountant before she started her family. Cristie and her husband Chuck, have two daughters who are both attending college. They recently rescued a furry kid to fill their empty nest - a yellow lab named Duke. Cristie considers her position at OHPC a blessing and loves seeing how Jesus works through the lives of all who happen through her work day.

  • MAINTENANCE - Benny Arredondo

    Benny is a San Antonio native who has lived here his entire life. He has worked at Oak Hills Presbyterian Church for almost 30 years and his diligent commitment to the church keeps the wheels of our ministry in motion all year long.