Reformation OPC is governed by a body of elders or session.
Rev. David E. Chilton, Associate Pastor
Pastor Chilton was born in California but grew up in Pittsburgh and has been a part of the session of Reformation OPC since the church opened in 2003. Since 2021, he is also serving as the Regional Home Missionary for the OPC Presbytery of the South and was on the staff of Cru (nee Campus Crusade for Christ) for 20 years. He has been ordained in the OPC since 1998 and is married to Wendy, who plays piano for the church. They have four grown children and two grandchildren.
John R. Muether, Ruling Elder
John, a native of Long Island, New York, serves as a ruling elder of the session for Reformation OPC. He also serves as the OPC’s historian and is a member of the denomination’s Christian Education Committee. Additionally, he is dean of libraries and professor of church history at Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando, FL). John and his wife Kathy have four children.
David S. Veldkamp, Ruling Elder
Dave grew up near Grand Rapids, MI, and graduated from Covenant College, where he met his wife, Joy. He earned a Master of Divinity degree from Reformed Theological Seminary and now works there as Vice President of Administration. He serves as a ruling elder and clerk of session for Reformation OPC and is a member of the denomination’s Committee on Coordination. Dave and Joy have three children.
R. Scott Sistare, Ruling Elder
Scott Sistare is a native of Lexington, SC. He grew up in the United Methodist Church and the Presbyterian Church in the USA (PCUSA). During Scott’s college years at The Citadel, he attended a variety of churches and served in both InterVarsity and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In the Lord’s providence, after Scott and Heather were married they learned more of the reformed faith while attending Lake Sherwood OPC and Reformed Theological Seminary. They joined Reformation OPC in 2003 shortly after the church was planted. Since then, Scott and his family have been attending reformed churches in both the OPC and PCA as they moved often due to work obligations. In these reformed churches, Scott has taught various age groups the Westminster Confession of Faith and shorter catechism. Scott and Heather have been married since 2002 and have four children.