Our leadership team.

Please feel welcome to contact any staff member with concerns or questions by clicking on our photos. We will be eager to help.

 
 

Brian Habig, pastor

Brian grew up in Mississippi, as did his wife, Dana, and graduated from Mississippi State University and Covenant Theological Seminary. After seminary, he served as a campus minister with Reformed University Fellowship at MSU and Vanderbilt University. The Habigs moved to Greenville in May of 2005. Brian and Dana have three children: Henry ('99), John ('02) and Betsy ('05). Brian enjoys working in his yard and figuring out arrangements of 80s songs for the acoustic guitar.

Jonathan Davis, Assistant Pastor

Jonathan hails from Missouri. He received his undergraduate degree from Texas Christian University, and graduated from Covenant Theological Seminary in May of 2011. He is married to Erin, also from Missouri, and they have three daughters: Caroline ('09), Margaret ('12) and Emma Katherine ('18). Jonathan served as RUF Campus Minister at the University of Kentucky during 2011 - 2017, and moved to Greenville in June of 2017. Jonathan enjoys running, Netflix, reading and generally creating hype around anything he finds interesting.

adam radcliff, assistant pastor

Originally from West Virginia, Adam is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. During and after seminary, he served as a pastoral intern at Lincoln Square Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Chicago before moving to Greenville in the summer of 2013 to join the staff of Grace Church. He has served at DPC since 2016. Adam is married to Natalie, a native of Illinois, and together they have two children: Vivian (’15) and Charles (’17). Adam enjoys coffee and would love to grab some with you. Feel free to reach out to him.

 
 

Ryan McMillen, Music Director

Ryan is a native of Missouri, but spent time on both coasts while growing up. He graduated from Covenant Seminary and Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, where he met and married his wife, Erin. She is from Maryland, and they have three children: Adelaide (‘01), Colin (‘03) and Arden (‘06). The McMillens came to Greenville in 2015, after serving at Chesterfield Presbyterian Church in St. Louis since 2002. Ryan enjoys fellowship over good food or drink, traveling, spending time outdoors while hiking and camping with his family and working on projects around the house.

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Chandler Machemehl, youth ministry director

Chandler, Allison and their daughter Mabel (‘17) are so excited to be serving in the youth ministry at DPC. Chandler and Allison were married in 2015, shortly after graduating from The University of Georgia. Chandler spent three years serving in the youth ministry at First Presbyterian Church in Augusta, Georgia, while pursuing an M.Div. from Erskine Theological Seminary. Chandler enjoys golf, grilling, eating at Waffle House with his family and jogging very slowly.

Brittany Aills, Women's Ministry DIRECTOR

Brittany grew up in Texas, graduated from Ole Miss and worked as an intern with Reformed University Fellowship at the University of Georgia in Athens for three years. She graduated in May of 2012, with a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling, from Westminster Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania. She joined the staff at DPC in July of 2012. Brittany enjoys riding her bike around town, all things related to Community Tap and hiking the Brushy Creek Trail at Paris Mountain.

 
 

Maddie Searcy, Church administrator

Having grown up a military brat, Maddie spent portions of her childhood living in a variety of US states and foreign countries. She, with her parents and younger brother, eventually landed in Alabama, and she attended Auburn University. There, she met her husband, Philip, who is also an Alabama native. The two moved to Greenville in March of 2018. Maddie loves running, reading and traveling, in addition to all adrenaline-pumping fun, plus a good pumpkin pie or plate of French fries.

De mckinley, Bookkeeper/hr

De grew up in Georgia, and met her husband, Robert, in Greenville. They have been married for over 20 years and have three children: Megan (’99), Mary (’00), and Michael (’04). De has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from BJU. She has since worked with bookkeeping and HR for companies and non-profits in the Greenville area. She enjoys decorating her family's home, hiking the Blue Ridge trails, walking the Swamp Rabbit Trail and going to musicals at the Peace Center.

Tiffany Mauk, Nursery Director

Tiffany grew up in California, but has lived in Greenville since 1999. She received her Master's in Counseling in 2006, with an emphasis on child development. She has worked with therapeutic foster children and as a child and adolescent therapist during her employment with the SC Department of Mental Health. Although no longer counseling, Tiffany treasures the opportunity to watch the little ones at DPC grow and develop into the wonderful people God designed them to be. Tiffany and her husband Andy have two children: Charlie ('11) and Sophia ('13).

 

Mary Young, children's director

Mary is a native of Greenville, and is constantly amazed by the ever changing landscape of our city. She graduated from Wake Forest University and USC Upstate. While her degrees are in mathematics and nursing, she loves her current role of working with the children at DPC. Mary has three sons: Moise ('06), David ('10) and Kai ('15). She is also a foster parent and her family often has the privilege of caring for children needing a safe place to live.

 
 

officers

Elders

Also called shepherds, Elders provide spiritual oversight to the church.

They help with "soul care," protect the content of teaching and provide direction for the church.

 
 

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Deacons

Deacons serve the church by meeting physical needs–from organizing financial assistance for members in need to caring for our facilities. They help the church cultivate and apply generosity.