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


  • Creed: God…the Maker of Heaven and Earth June 26, 2017 Psalms 104 As we continue our study based on the Apostles’ Creed, we look this week at the belief that God is the Maker of heaven and earth. Our focus is on God the Father although creation is not exclusively the work of any one person of the Trinity. Rather, in the beginning, the Father spoke ...
  • Creed: God, the Father Almighty June 21, 2017 Roman 8:12-17 Last week we looked at the doctrine of the Trinity (one God in three persons – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). This week we will dig a little deeper on the first person of the Trinity, God the Father Almighty. God Almighty God is the Almighty. In the Old Testament, one of His names was El ...
  • CREED: The Father…His Only Son…the Holy Spirit June 21, 2017 Creed: The Father…His Only Son…the Holy Spirit Romans 8: 1-12 Last week we began our study of the Apostles’ Creed by looking at the Biblical concepts of saving and living faith. When we confess the Creed we are each espousing that we believe in God as He is revealed in the Scriptures. This week we will take ...
  • CREED: I Believe In June 6, 2017 John 6:28-29, 35-40 “I believe in…” So begins the Apostles’ Creed. Before we look at the truths we confess in this statement of faith over the course of this summer’s sermon series, let us first look at what it means to believe. Suffice it to say that everyone believes in something or someone. That is, we ...
  • Jacob: Separate Ways June 5, 2017 Genesis 36 In 2012, ancestry.com, the largest for profit genealogy company in the world, was sold for $1.6 billion dollars. Customers have tallied over 70 million family trees using their service. In addition to the more traditional means of combing through public archives looking for information about relatives, hundreds of thousands of people today are also ...