Pastor Search


A Letter to the Congregation

May 1, 2017

This is a monumental time in the life of WPC. To search for a new Senior Pastor after thirty years creates a world of emotions for those who have been members for decades as well as those who may have just joined WPC. As this congregation's committee, we are working on your behalf and take the responsibility you have placed with us very seriously.

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Pastor Nominating Committee

Hank Sanders, Chair

I joined Westminster Presbyterian church with my wife Amanda in 2001. Our three children have attended the Westminster Weekday School and are currently involved in Itís Elementary and Middle School Youth Group. I am an Elder currently serving my second term on Session. I chair the Finance Committee and I am a member of the Personnel Committee. Previously I served on the Education Committee as chair of the Weekday School Committee and on the Long Range Planning Committee. I also represented Westminster on the board of Pleasant Valley Connection as we helped to create a multipurpose community center.

Trey DuBose, Vice-Chair

Trey DuBose is originally from Greenville SC and joined WPC in 2003. He and his wife Kimmie have four children, Ellie (14), Cara (12) Jack (10) and Ben (9). Trey is a General Internist and Kimmie is an OB/GYN and together they have led two mission trips with their family to Embagweni Hospital in Malawi, continuing a mission partnership established by previous physicians from WPC. They are making their third trip to Africa this summer. Trey has also served on our annual medical mission trip to the Dominican Republic. In addition, Trey has served on session as well as the membership committee and witness and service committee. He was on the pastor nominating committees for both the pastor for young adults and the youth pastor.

Catherine Blount

Brian and Catherine Blount joined Westminster in 2013, a few years after moving to Greenville from Texas. A mother of two boys, ages 6 and 10, Catherine has been involved in Sunday School, Childrenís Church, Shut-in Flower Delivery, and the Itís Elementary after-school program. She has been on the adult mission trip to the Dominican Republic for the past three years, and she currently serves on the Worship Committee as a Ruling Elder.

Roxanne Cromartie

Roxanne Cromartie and her husband Jack have been members of Westminster for twenty-six years. She grew up in the Presbyterian Church in Taylorsville NC. Roxanneís service to the church includes the following: Pictorial Directory Chairman in 2015, Associate Pastor Search Committee, Long Range Planning Committee, Chairman Membership, Head Usher, Wedding Committee, Chairman Worship Committee and Endowment Committee promoting legacy giving from WPC members. She currently serves on the Session and has served one previous term. Roxanne is retired from a 30 year career with United Way.

Sue Inman

Sue Lile Inman joined Westminster with her husband, Sam, in November 1963, with their two older children, adding two more in 1964 and 1970. She's an elder having served twice on the session, has taught in adult Sunday school, chaired the Membership committee, went on the first DR mission trip, wrote the History of Westminster, published in 2007, and currently chairs the Heritage Lecture Committee and helps teach Bible in the It's Elementary program on Wednesday afternoons.

Lydia Kellett

I have been a member of Westminster Presbyterian church since 1973. My children and grandchildren were raised in this church. I have served as a Ruling Elder three times. I have served on five pastoral search committees. Four searches were for associate pastors and one was for our current senior pastor. My husband and I have worked internationally in the mission field for 20 years. Locally, I was involved in leading a team that worked to improve life in the Pleasant Valley neighborhood very near to our church. It was a collaborative effort that built a HeadStart Center and a multipurpose center . The center focuses on education of elementary school age children, day care, middle school programs and Senior citizen activities.

Tim Reed

Tim Reed has been a member of Westminster his entire life growing up in the Sunday school and youth programs before returning to Greenville after college. He has served in various capacities of the church including Sunday School teacher, junior high youth advisor, elder five terms, basketball coach, finance committee, treasurer, endowment committee, long range planning committee, building committee, capital funds committee, search committee, and Stephen Minister. Tim just recently completed serving as a Trustee for Columbia Theological Seminary. He is married to Susan Thomas Reed and has three adult daughters of which all grew up in the church and are still members.

Jeff Reynolds

Jeff Reynolds married into the Westminster family in 2005. He and his wife Kathleen have four young kids - a son and three daughters. Jeff is involved in Youngish Adults and Men's Group, teaches preschool Sunday School, is on the Head Usher committee, and coordinates men's softball.

David Rutledge

David Rutledge and his wife Dorothy joined Westminster in 1982, and raised two sons in the church. David has taught often in the adult Sunday school program, has been on the Session, is a Trustee of the church, has served on two Presbytery committees, helped organize the Creation Stewardship group, and has done other tasks occasionally (ushering, Childrenís Church, Habitat house, etc.).

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