Chad Reynolds

Chad Reynolds

Chad and his wife Laney have two boys, Garret and Eli and a girl, Keely Ruth. Chad is a graduate of Erskine College (’97) and Erskine Theological Seminary (’03). He joined the staff of the First Presbyterian Church in August 2004 as the Minister of Christian Education. He became the Senior Minister in July 2009.

You can email Chad at chad@fpclw.org, or use our contact form.

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Posts by Chad Reynolds


  • Jacob: Matters of Death May 14, 2017 Genesis 35:16-29 The passage today marks something of a close to the Jacob cycle of the book of Genesis. It deals with matters of distress, dedication, defilement, defiance, division, and death. Beyond these it points us to hope. Distress or Delight? In v. 16, we read that Israel and His people journeyed from Bethel (heading south) and that ...
  • Ten Commandments – You shall not commit adultery – Ekklesia Class May 14, 2017 Rev. Chad Reynolds taught this class entitled The 10 Commandments at our Wednesday night Ekklesia program in the Spring of 2017. Click the player to listen to this lesson from May 10, 2017.
  • Jacob: A New Name May 8, 2017 Genesis 35:1-15 Last week’s passage was a sobering reminder that sin and its effects are devastating. Jacob’s daughter was defiled by Shechem and his sons were defiled by what they did to Shechem and his city. Then God spoke into the midst of the chaos that was wrought by their sin. He called them out of ...
  • Ten Commandments – You shall not murder – Ekklesia Class May 3, 2017 Rev. Chad Reynolds taught this class entitled The 10 Commandments at our Wednesday night Ekklesia program in the Spring of 2017. Click the player to listen to this lesson from May 3, 2017.
  • Jacob: If Possible, Live Peaceably with All May 1, 2017 Genesis 33:18 – 34:18 In the previous passage Jacob and Esau met and reconciled, which is a testimony to the grace and faithfulness of God. A few years later, Jacob and his family moved “safely to the fields outside of the city of Shechem,” (33:18). He even bought some land and erected an altar to El-Elohe-Israel ...