Who We Are

Our history. Our leadership

Our History

Christ Church was daughtered from Second Reformed Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis. The congregation started with a small group of seed families from Second RPC, meeting for Bible studies and eventually evening worship services at various locations in the Avon area. As the core group slowly grew, the forming congregation called a pastor and was organized in October, 2006. Since 2008, the congregation has met at its present location in Brownsburg, although our members travel from Zionsville, Avon, Danville, and Indianapolis as well.

Our Leadership

As part of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, this congregation is overseen by the RPCNA synod and this region’s presbytery. The local congregational leadership include a board of elders (the "session") and a deacon board.

Teaching Elder/Pastor

Michael LeFebvre

Michael grew up outside of Cleveland, Ohio, and moved to the Indianapolis area in the mid-1990s. Michael received his MDiv from the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, and his PhD from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. He is married to Heather, and they have five children. Michael's favorite Psalm is Psalm 131.

Ruling Elder

Duane Judd

Duane is retired after a 36-year information technology career. He undertook a second career as a Real Estate Broker, though now retired from active practice. Duane and his wife Anne married in May 1975 and have 7 adult children and 13 grandchildren. Duane came to faith as a young adult, responding to the call of God after reading the Bible for several years and hearing the Gospel proclaimed. God used a variety of circumstances and people to encourage his walk and to come to a Reformed view of theology. His favorite Psalm is Psalm 19, proclaiming the power of God’s Law and his promise to be our Rock and Redeemer.

Ruling Elder

Dale Koons

Dale is retired after a 45-year career in civil engineering, and is currently pursuing a master’s certificate in GIS. He and his wife Laura have been married for over 45 years and have four adult children and fourteen grandchildren. He and Laura have had an eclectic spiritual journey, finally led by the Lord into the reformed church in the early 1990s. Dale’s favorite Psalm is Psalm 25, having experienced God’s promise to show his way to sinners.

Ruling Elder

Sean Bird

Sean teaches physics and mathematics at Covenant Christian High School. A native Hoosier, Sean earned his Bachelor of Science from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida, and his Masters in Teaching at East Tennessee State University. He and his wife Monica have seven children. Sean loves all of the Psalms and does not have a favorite!

Ruling Elder/Clerk of Session

Jason O’Neill

Jason grew up in Kansas, went to college in Pennsylvania, and moved to the Central Indiana region in 2006.  He lives in Avon with his wife Michelle, their two children, and their two dogs. Jason works in a small business advising clients on economic and fiscal policy issues. Jason’s favorite Psalm is Psalm 55, a promise of God's care for his people.

Head Deacon

Todd Brown

Todd is a professional pastry chef who enjoys baking, cooking, catering, and using his gifts—culinary and otherwise—to serve others. Todd grew up in the Fishers area, and now lives in Brownsburg with his wife Cindy and their daughter. Todd’s favorite Psalm is Psalm 103, a song that testifies to the mercy and love of God described in Exodus 34:6–9.

Deacon/Deacon Board Secretary

Anna Roberts

Anna grew up in Bloomington, Indiana, and moved to Indianapolis a few years ago. She supervises a group of data managers at a research institute with a focus on healthcare. Anna's favorite Psalm is Psalm 91.


Elliot Judd

Elliot is an automotive technician, and has been working in the field for fourteen years. He grew up in a Christian household and came to Christ at a young age. His hobbies include history, playing board games, and collecting records—and he especially enjoys spending time with his wife and with their two young sons. Elliot’s favorite passage in the Psalms is Psalm 119:9–10: "How can a young man keep his way pure? By guarding it according to your word. With my whole heart I seek you; let me not wander from your commandments!"