A Reformed Congregation in the
mountains of McDowell County, NC

The Provisional Session is composed of the following men. Organizing Pastor Johnny Serafini, Mr. Lacy Andrews, Regional Home Missionary of the Presbytery of the Southeast, Dr. Sid Dyer, Dean of Students and Professor of Greek and New Testament at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Mr. John Mauldin, Ruling Elder at Resurrection OPC, Matthews, NC, and Mr. Mike Cloy, Ruling Elder at Large and member of Landis OPC.

Pastor Johnny Serafini

Rev. Johnny Serafini studied at the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Prior to that, he served as a pastor in Brazil where he was ordained to the ministry in 1995. After receiving his Masters of Divinity from PRTS, he pastored at the Heritage Reformed Congregation in Kinnelon, New Jersey for 14 years.…

Elder Mike Cloy

Mike Cloy was ordained a Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church in America in 2010. He was ordained a Deacon in the OPC in 1995. He and his wife joined Reformation OPC in Gastonia where he was installed as a Ruling Elder in 2014. He now serves as a Ruling Elder on the Provisional Session…

Elder John Mauldin

John and his wife Anne have been members of Resurrection Presbyterian Church (OPC) in Matthews, NC since 1986 and he has served as an elder at RPC since 1995. They were blessed with four children and five grandchildren. John retired from Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. after 37 years of service. He golfs as a hobby…

Minister Sid Dyer

Sid Dyer pastored the OPC church in Taylors, SC for 10 ½ years.  He is currently the professor of Greek and New Testament at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Taylors.  He has served there for 28 years.  His history with Landis Presbyterian Church goes back to 2001.  He has preached the Word and administered the…

Pastor Lacy Andrews

Lacy Andrews has been an ordained minister for over 40 years, pastoring churches in Tennessee and Virginia before becoming the Regional Home Missionary of the Presbytery of the Southeast in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church in 2002. His primary work is to help plant churches and has been instrumental in the starting of new churches in…