Meet our Church Staff





Interim Pastor
Nathan Wheeler

Nathan began his ministry by working with youth at First Presbyterian Church in Warner Robins, GA along with his wife, Sherri. He went on to seminary at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA. Nathan has been called to various positions within the church from associate pastor to senior pastor and interim pastor. They have lived in Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, and Alabama before coming here to South Carolina. He and his wife, Sherri, will be married for 29 years this April. He has two sons, Patrick and JohnMark, and a daughter, Hannah.




Coordinator of Children and Youth




Church Secretary





Director of Music
David Hodges

usctrumpet2000@yahoo.com
David has a Masters of Music from Winthrop University. In addition to his service to the church, David performs as a trumpter with the Augusta Symphony Orchestra and the Palmetto Concert Band. In Augusta, he performed with jazz recording artist, Wyclef Gordon. In the summer of 2010, David was selected to be an instructor for Blue Lake International Fine Arts Camp in Twin Lake, MI. He has also been a music instructor within our local school system, as well as that of York County. Currently he gives private trumpet lessons to a number of students. His primary experience has been that of church music director. David, his wife, Carrie, and their one year old son, Johnathon, currently reside in Rock Hill, SC. In David's own words: "My greatest accomplishment was accepting the free grace of Christ. I was baptized in 1995; and as my life progressed, I have begun to feel the call to live out my faith through leading, teaching, and performing music. My desire is to share God's love and glory with children and adults through music."






Organist
Rita Harmin
Rita has a Bachelor of Science and a Master's Degree in Music Education from Winthrop College, now Winthrop University. She retired from teaching in the Cherokee County School District after 31 years. Rita became organist at Limestone Presbyterian on Sept. 7, 1987, and has been here ever since. She began working with the Children's Choir in 2006. In addition to her duties here at Limestone, Rita stays busy with her family, enjoys reading, doing crossword puzzles, and working and playing on the computer.