The Rev. Patrick T. Rabun is a native of Oklahoma City, growing up in numerous Air Force bases with his military family. He has an undergraduate degree from Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida and a Masters of Divinity from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky.
Pat spent twenty-four years in ministry prior to his ordination, as Director of Programs and Youth Ministry, Director of Youth Ministries and Associate Minister.
From 1993 until 1999, he was Director of Youth Ministries, and later Associate Minister at the First Presbyterian Church of Lexington, Kentucky. From 1999 until 2003, he was Associate Minister for Congregational Life and Pastoral Care at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Atlanta. From 2003 until 2011, Pat served as Minister at Chapel in the Pines Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama.
Pat is married to Marcia and they have two children, Kevin and Jennifer. Kevin lives in Vienna, Virginia, with his wife, Beth; and Jennifer and her husband, Danny live in Fort Mill, South Carolina. Pat and Marcia have five grandchildren.
Joan graduated from James Madison University in 1984 with a major in finance and accounting. She moved to Wilmington in the summer of 2000 and began employment with the Little Chapel in the fall of 2002. Joan also works with other churches in the Wilmington area, specializing in non-profit accounting.
Delores graduated from Strayer University with a degree in business. In her career path Delores has worked in the fields of architecture, manufacturing, construction, and IT; all the while putting her degree to good use.
A native of Virginia, Delores moved to Wilmington in 2015 and began working at Little Chapel in the spring of 2017. She resides in Wilmington with her husband Chris, daughter Sarah, Bulldog Axle, and Sammy the Green Wing McCaw.
Organist, harpsichordist, composer and author David Lee Heinzman has been a church musician since the age of 14. An active recitalist, David has given solo organ concerts and performed as soloist with orchestras throughout the country.
During his student days, David was a finalist in the Arthur Poister Organ Playing Competition (Syracuse, N.Y.) and First Place Winner in the Long Beach (California) AGO Competition. In addition, David has made recordings for various organ companies and conducted workshops on various topics relating to the organ and church music.
David earned both Bachelor and Master of Music degrees with honors and distinction in organ performance from the University of Michigan where he was a student of Robert Glasgow. Post-graduate work was done at the University of Southern California where he studied organ with Cherry Rhodes and composition with James F. Hopkins.
Laurendale and Associates, Canticle Music Distributors publish his organ compositions as well as his book "MIDI Goes to Church". A career church musician, David has served a number of churches in Michigan and California and most recently in Wilmington, N.C. where he relocated three years ago to be closer to his family. David's mother is a native of Erwin, NC. For two years, David was accompanist for The Carolina Vocal Ensemble and is an active member of the Wilmington Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.
Dan has been with the Little Chapel for eleven years. His work includes maintenance of all aspects of the buildings and grounds of Little Chapel. He attends Grace 210 Presbyterian Church. He has a daughter Emily, who is in college. In his spare time, Dan likes to travel, work in his workshop, swim, hike, or read.
Dan who is proficient in American Sign Language welcomes conversation and enjoys serving the church community.