Ralph Adam Rebandt II
Ralph A. Rebandt II has served as lead pastor of Oakland Hills Community Church (a congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian denomination) since 1987, during which time three daughter churches were developed.
Pastor Ralph married his high school sweetheart, Carol, in 1976, and they have four grown children and fifteen grandchildren. They were both born and raised in Michigan. He enjoys reading, hunting, working on motor bikes, and various construction and woodworking projects, but most of all enjoys time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.
Ralph serves as chaplain for the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police, Southeastern Michigan Chiefs of Police, Farmington Hills Police Department, and Beverly Hills Police Department. He is a board member of the Farmington Hills Crime Prevention Advisory Committee and chairman of the Regional Church Extension Committee in Michigan and Ontario. Pastor Rebandt received a Bachelor Degree in Religious Education from Summit University in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania. He earned a Master’s Degree in Religious Education and a Master of Divinity at Westminster Seminary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he graduated magna cum laude and acquired credits in the Ph.D. program.