Meet the Pastors
Meet the Pastors
Pastor Aaron was born and raised in the great state of Ohio. Here he was raised in a covenant home and was taught the foundations of the Christian faith. While in college, the Lord brought his heart back to Him after living his freshman year in a rebellious college lifestyle. From there the Lord began a steady call to the ministry. After college, Aaron moved to Stone Mountain, GA to learn the reformed faith from his grandparents which to this day remains the most influential time in his life. During this time, he met Rachael and within a year they were married. They moved to Charlotte, NC to pursue pastoral ministry at RTS and fell in love with the Carolinas. Now, serving in Lake Wylie, they believe they have found their home.
Aaron enjoys playing sports and going on dates with his wife. He especially enjoys when people say under their breathe, "How did he get her!?" Rachael and Aaron have 5 children, Elijah (11), Joshua (10), Caleb (8), Levi (3), and Rebekah Kate (newborn). You can find any of these children being chased by their mom and dad.
Aaron came to Scherer in 2005 as assistant pastor while serving under his mentor and pastor Rick Lindsay until the Lord called him home in 2015 after fighting cancer . He was then called as senior pastor in October of 2015.
- BA from Akron University in Communication/Business Organization in 2001
- Masters in Theology from American University of Biblical Studies in 2003.
- Masters of Divinity from RTS-Charlotte in 2006
- Currently enrolled in a Doctor of Ministry program in Biblical Counseling from Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA.
Alan was raised in Pittsburgh, PA, and graduated from Penn State University in 2007 with a Bachelors of Science in Applied Psychology. In the midst of working for several years, he met and married Kristen. In 2011 the couple moved to Charlotte, NC, so that Alan could pursue a Masters of Divinity at Reformed Theological Seminary. He completed his degree in December, 2014, and was ordained at Scherer in February, 2015.
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Cindy has been with Scherer for over 12 years. In addition to her administrative duties she also serves as the Financial Secretary. There is a saying around this place that there is someone who truly runs the church... that is Cindy. She is full of energy, loves vibrant worship, and is always looking to serve. The church has been truly blessed with her desire for God's people to have an organized and happy place to worship.
Butch has been serving as Sexton for over 10 years. Butch is more than a sexton, instead he is the oil that makes the church run. All events at the church will go through in his hands as he prepares to ensure everyone has what they need as they come to the campus.
Together they enjoy working out, bird-watching, and taking cruises in their semi-retired life. Both have enough energy for an army and we are thrilled the Lord has placed them here to serve.
Cindy and her husband Butch have been richly blessed to be married for 25 years and have 5 children and 11 grandchildren.
Ruth graduated from the University of Denver with a degree in Piano
& Music Education. She has been playing in churches since the age
of 17. In addition to her unmatched musical talent she has also been a
piano tuner. Ruth has been a remarkable gift to the church in which she plays to the glory of God and leads His people into reverent worship. Ruth
has two wonderful children.
Roth studied Music Ed, violin, conducting and piano in Munich, Germany,
graduating with a Master's Degree. He was a member of the Munich Chamber
Orchestra and met his future wife Bette, a harpist, in the North
Carolina Symphony. After getting married in Germany, they formed the
Roth Duo, performing and recording in Europe and the USA.
In 1971 they joined the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra and retired after 40 years of service as Principal Violin and Principal Harp. After moving to Lake Wylie in 2002, they became members at Scherer. In January 2012 Wolfgang assumed the position of Choir Director. He also serves as an Elder, has a passion for missions and has led several international mission trips. Bette teaches the Friday Women's Bible Study and glorifies God by playing the harp during worship services.
They were married in 1969, and have been blessed with a son, a daughter, and four grandchildren.
They both enjoy travelling, sailing, hiking and reading. Bette continues to teach the harp and Wolfgang is an avid snow skier.