Ray Jones

Ray has been the Worship Leader & Associate Pastor for Community Bible Church in San Antonio, Texas for 18 years. He grew up in a minister’s home and has been leading worship for over forty years in Texas, Alabama, and Louisiana. He received his BFA from Louisiana Tech University and did post-graduate work under Dr. Robert Ferrington. Ray has traveled as a worship leader throughout the United States and in Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras, Panama, Haiti, Israel, and Russia. Joining him in ministry is his wife, Andrea, and his sons. Together they compose and arrange music, with several songs published on CBC projects and with Prism Choral Music.


Amanda Singer

Amanda is the Vocal Music Pastor & Kids Choir Director at CBC. She oversees the programming in choirs for ages 4 through sixth grade. Her passion for raising a new generation of worship leaders takes the CBC kids choirs outside the walls of the church and into the community to spread the news of Jesus Christ. Amanda also creates vocal arrangements for music sung by the adult praise choir. She is an accomplished singer & songwriter with several songs on CBC projects & with Prism. Amanda and her husband Gary have two teenage boys – Tyler & Cory.


Ron Blount

Ron has been CBC’s Instrumental Music Pastor for 9 years. He and his team arrange music for all instruments each weekend. His arrangements have been published in several Prism Music projects. Additionally, Ron rehearses and conducts the orchestra – a volunteer group of strings, woodwinds, percussion, and brass. Ron and his wife Jean are the proud parents of four girls, and the VERY proud grandparents of three beautiful babies.


Josh Lopez

Josh is CBC’s newest Associate Worship Pastor. He is husband, father, friend and passionate about reaching, teaching and helping people experience God’s love in worship. His blog will feature inspirational stories that will help encourage, equip, and inspire you to experience God’s love. Josh is currently working on a new CBC live worship project called “Broken. Restored. Loved.” releasing in Fall 2010.

For more about Josh,  go to : joshlopez.com. Follow Josh on twitter @joshdlopez


Misty Jones

Misty is the Next+Gen Worship Pastor at CBC and oversees worship leaders, volunteers, and programming for cradle-age through high school. Her heart is to teach students to engage in worship in a way that is relevant to their culture and to train, mentor, and develop young worship leaders and musicians in a rock band setting. Misty has written several songs that have been recorded on CBC projects. In her spare time, she loves to work on music recording and remixing projects.


John David Martinez

John David is an Associate Worship Leader at CBC. He is on the songwriting team, is active  in networking with instrumentalists, and is the Mission Team Leader for CBC’s Peru trips. JD is the worship leader for Men’s Ministry and Pastoral Care. He has been married for 26  years and has two children – age 22 & 25 years. JD’s philosophy is this: “I’m very passionate about my worship and reaching the broken and weary. I love being alone with God. Put people before paperwork.”


Kristen Silvia

Kristen works at Community Bible Church as the Musical Director for the Puresound Youth Choir. She graduated with a degree in music education from the University of Texas in San Antonio in 2008. She is also currently working as a middle school choir teacher for NEISD.

2 Responses to “CBC Music Staff”

  1. 1 Edwin Parker
    November 9, 2010 at 5:07 pm

    Great musical staff!

    Enjoyed being a part when I was in SA.

    Keep up the good work!


  2. 2 Cheri (Gomez) Beard
    September 21, 2012 at 12:22 am

    Hi all, I just wanted to say how much CBC has meant to since the time there were only about 15 in the choir. This past year has been very difficult and I’m now living in Missouri.

    During the last few months, the song that got me through was “Move, Mountain, Move”. Jesus brought this song to me so many times when I thought I couldn’t take one more step.

    Ray and Andrea, thanks so much for the music and lyrics, I literally sang my way through crisis after crisis. God has shown me He will move mountains if we depend on Him.

    I miss and love all of you.

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