Pastor Jody came to King Street in 2015. His journey includes twenty years as a youth pastor in California and Ohio, and ten years as the senior pastor of a church in central Washington. These positions and experiences have uniquely equipped Jody to lead King Street Church into the exciting future that God has in store. Pastor Jody leads with a passion for people and a great enthusiasm for the Word of God. His ministry and messages are often described as warm, authentic, inspirational and applicable to daily life.
Jody’s education and training have played a significant role in preparing him for his current role. He has an undergrad degree from Judson University (Elgin, IL), where he double-majored in Human Relations and Biblical Studies. He earned a Masters of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary (Pasadena, CA), and went on to earn a Doctor of Ministries degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary with an emphasis in preaching and Biblical exegesis.
Pastor Jody’s favorite passage of Scripture is 2 Corinthians 4—a chapter that begins and ends with the Apostle Paul enthusiastically declaring that in spite of all of the challenges and struggles of life, he will not lose heart! In the middle of the chapter is his favorite verse: “We have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us.” (v. 7) Jody finds great encouragement in the fact that even though we are weak—God is strong! The Gospel is our great treasure and our power for joyful living!
Speaking of great treasure—Pastor Jody treasures time spent with his family. His wife, Caryn, is the love of his life. Together, they continue to raise their eight children: Jay & Morgan, married and living in Charlotte, NC where Jay is on staff at Elevation Church; Jesse & Carissa, married and living in Travelers Rest, SC where Jesse is a graphic designer at Brains on Fire; Maddie lives in Greenville, SC and is part of The Fellows Initiative—an intensely practical nine-month experience designed to prepare recent college grads to live seamless lives of faith; Ming is a senior at Lancaster Bible College majoring in business; Mitchell is a freshman at Cedarville University majoring in worship; and Jamae is high school freshman at Shalom Christian Academy.
As Executive Pastor Don gives oversight to the staff as well as carrying out pastoral duties. Don also is the staff liaison for KSC local outreach ministries. Don grew up in Chambersburg where he graduated from CASHS in 1976. He received his BS in Administration of Justice from Shippensburg State College in 1980. He completed an MA in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary in 1993. Don and his wife, Ann, lived and ministered as urban missionaries in Newark, NJ from 1983-1985.
Don Baker has served in full-time ministry for close to 40 years in para-church and church settings, many of those years in Chambersburg. He has served as the Area Director of Young Life in Franklin County, as Director of NETwork Ministries, on the pastoral staff of 4th Street Church of the Brethren, and as Director of Missions and Outreach at Falling Spring Presbyterian Church. Don began serving as the Pastor of Spiritual Formation at King Street in the fall of 2010.
He and his wife, Ann, live in Chambersburg. They are the parents of two adult children (Daniel & Kara). Don loves to read and greatly enjoys basketball (both watching & playing).
As Business Manager, Ken is responsible for the daily business, personnel and administration functions of the church. He serves as an advisor to a number of co-missions and committees such as Finance, Property, Student Grant, etc. He also serves as an advisory member of the Board of Administration. Ken has over 40 years of experience in supervision, project administration and business management and has been employed by King Street Church for 16 years.
Ken states, “After 30+ years in an engineering, design and product management environment, I recognized a huge need at my church. I decided to take a step of faith as I left a job I loved to pursue a position where I could use my experience for God’s work here at King Street. I was questioned by many as to why I would make such a decision. My reply is simply Proverbs 3: 5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.”
Ken is married to Carol (Hoover) and they have 3 grown daughters and 4 grandchildren who he thoroughly enjoys spending time with also, he has always enjoyed participating in and watching sports, woodworking, remodeling and vacationing.
Pastor of Mission and Discipleship
In his role as Pastor of Mission and Discipleship since 2016, Jay helps King Street support its global ministry partners and gives leadership to the adult ministry groups such as classes and studies. Jay developed a passion for the mission of the global Church through a number of roles living and working with national partners in many parts of the world. He also has experience in discipleship ministries including para-church youth outreach and serving as Associate Pastor at Cornerstone Church in Glenview, IL, for 12 years.
He holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Illinois and an M. Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Jay enjoys all the time he can spend with his wife, Sue, and two busy sons, Josh and Zach. Chicago born and bred, he loves snow and cross-country skiing, hiking in the scenery of Pennsylvania, music, language learning, and time on the water in anything that floats.
Pastoral Administrative Assistant
I have the privilege of working with the pastors and supporting them in any way that I can. They are all organized so they make my job easy . I am blessed to help organize events, record weekly attendance, and partnership, baptism and other duties. I enjoy the various aspects of this position and every day is new and different
I previously worked with Fellowship of Christian Athletes for over 20 years as an Administrative Assistant and Camp Coordinator for various Leadership and Sports Camps. My passion has been to see athletes come to Christ through the vehicle of sports.
God blessed me with a wonderful, godly husband, Ken, three grown daughters and grandchildren. My hobbies are playing with our grandchildren, walking, running, cycling and just about anything outdoors. I enjoy studying the Bible and have been involved in Community Bible Study for several years as a Core Leader.
My life verse is “Be strong and courageous, do not be afraid or discouraged for the Lord, your God will be with you wherever you go”. Joshua 1:9 He has proven Himself faithful!
Administration & Finance
As the Finance Assistance, Debbie provides support to our Business Manager. Her primary responsibilities include paying invoices and maintaining accounts payable records. She also record financial contributions, provide annual contribution statements, and serves as the database administrator.
Debbie came to King Street Church following 5 years on the administrative team at Rodney B. Smith Plumbing, Heating & Cooling. She joined the KSC staff in 2003.
Having grown up attending KSC, Debbie says that it is a true privilege to be on staff to serve and support the ministries and church body of KSC.
Debbie is married to Glenn and has two daughters: Christina is married to Dustin Martin and Trista is married to Terry Hurst. There are five grandchildren: Jude, Clara, Carter, Flynn and Sawyer.
Dixie is our Coordinator of Volunteers/Receptionist. She oversees scheduling all of our Welcome Ministries, including Ushers, Offering, Communion, Greeters, and Welcome Centers. She is also our ‘front desk’ person Monday through Wednesday, answering phone calls and greeting those who stop by the church office.
Dixie and her husband first came to King Street in 1999, and this where she met and gave her life to Jesus. She has served in a variety of Welcome Ministry roles, including Guest Central since its opening. She officially joined the staff in April of 2016. She is passionate about getting folks connected at KSC, helping them discover their unique God-given gifts and seeing them be blessed, as well as bless others, through them! She claims 1 Peter 4:10 as a favorite verse: “As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace.”
Dixie is a life-long resident of Chambersburg, the youngest of 6 siblings. She married her husband, Chad, in 1998 and is the adoring mother of two daughters, Samantha and Emily.
Marsha is the voice answering the phones and greeting visitors to the office on Thursdays and Fridays.
A former teacher, Marsha has a heart for working with kids. She has served in Children’s Ministry for over 30 years, including several years on staff here at KSC as the Elementary Coordinator for the Crosswalk team. About 20 years ago, she began Mom2Mom, our ongoing ministry for mothers of young children.
Marsha enjoys traveling, sunshine, learning new things, and sitting her sand chair in the beach surf while reading a good book, usually some type of mystery. One of her ultimate joys in life has been the privilege to be Mom to two amazing daughters, one homegrown and one adopted from foster care.
She and her husband of 30 years, Gene, left NY for PA over 20 years ago and have appreciated the benefits of raising a family in a small town, including worshipping and serving at KSC.
As Facilities Manager, John oversees the day-to-day upkeep, repairs, and maintenance of all church buildings, grounds, and equipment to provide a safe, clean and inviting environment for all the facilities. John brings over 35 years of experience as a self-employed building contractor.
John and his wife DeDe have been married for 40 years. Early on they struggled with infertility. Doctors told them to consider adoption. While working on the adoption process, the Lord blessed them with three amazing miracles — sons Sean (now 36), Scott (34) and Shane (32.) Wanting to give back to God for these gifts, John and DeDe began fostering children in their home, which added more children to their home through adoption: Austin (24) and twins Joey and Aaron (13.) Adding to God’s blessings, they also now have six grandchildren. John enjoys woodworking, summer vacations at the beach, and spending lots of time with his family.
Fred’s career experience has mainly been in the construction field. He has experience in rough carpentry and working in the mill shop.
Fred and his wife Sue have a special heart for Operation Christmas Child, and serve year-round with their church, Mountaintop Ministries in Orrtanna, PA. This congregation of 200-250 fills over 600 boxes every year. Fred and Sue purchase supplies, plan fundraisers to pay for the packing fees, organize packing parties, and even serve at the Baltimore Distribution Center.
Mountaintop Ministries also hosts a live nativity every Christmas, where Fred is in charge of parking for the 6,000-7,000 people who attend! Fred was excited to see that their make-shift chapel had a long line of people seeking to connect with God through prayer.
Fred and his wife, Sue, live in beautiful Buchanan Valley in Adams County. They have a daughter, Heidi, and a grandson Cody. They also have a son-in-law Calvin and step grandsons, Devon and Austin. In his spare time, Fred enjoys surf fishing and motorcycling, and he is taking guitar lessons.
As a Maintenance Custodian, Del helps to keep the King Street Church facilities safe and clean, including the large church building, the Ministry Center, and the new Administrative Offices.
For 28 years, Del has been a painting contractor. While working second shift here at KSC, he maintains his painting business.
Del has partnered with KSC since 2011, and has served as one of the teachers for the Joy Sunday School class. His favorite Bible verse is Philippians 1:6, “…being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.”
Del and his wife Joy have been married for 33 years. They have two daughters in college. Christiana is at Messiah College and Ivanna is at Liberty University.
Minister of Pastoral Care
Ron makes hospital visits of members, attenders, and friends of people associated with King Street Church at several different hospitals. He visits shut-ins of King Street, oversees lay visitors to shut-ins, and helps minister to the shut-ins various needs. Ron conducts funerals for people from King Street and surrounding area, as well as, following up in grief ministry. Ron preaches occasionally, teaches Sunday School classes, and conducts some Bible Studies on Wednesday night.
Ron has a BA from Huntington University and a Master of Divinity from Huntington College Theological Seminary.
Ron has a passion to help Senior Citizens as they walk through Spiritual, Emotional, and Physical/Health issues in their lives. He desires to walk along side of people as they work through the various issues of grief after the loss of a loved one. He wants to help people spiritually and help them know with assurance that they have Eternal Life.
Ron, and his wife Lois, have three daughters and sons-in-law. They have three grandsons and one granddaughter.
Director of Restoration and Recovery
Adam serves in ministries that seek to bring healing into areas of brokenness either with behaviors, addictions, emotions or relationships. He is the lead pastor for Celebrate Recovery and also resources a variety of programming that serves to restore emotional and spiritual health. Before join our pastoral staff team, Adam served in a variety of lay positions at King Street Church including most recently as Head Elder.
He holds a BA from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA, in Communications and received extensive ministry training in a parachurch and international ministry context with The Navigators based out of Colorado Springs, CO, and State College, PA. Adam has a broad passion and experience in many different areas of ministry and leadership, but all involve some angle of working toward restoration of relationship between people, within families or between individuals and Jesus. He communicates wanting people to understand their identity as adopted children of God, that when Jesus lives in them (Gal 2:20), God is therefore pleased with them because He is pleased with Jesus (Matt. 3:17-18). Adam is convinced there is no greater freedom to be lived out than this.
Adam and his wife Melanie live in Chambersburg, PA, with 4 sons: Aaron, Owen, Enoch and Cooper, 2 of whom have been adopted from Uganda. He enjoys sports of all kinds, but especially ice hockey and loves coaching his boys when possible. He and Melanie enjoy travel, cities and the outdoors. Suubi and Tilly are two wonderful pups that complete the family.
Director of Children’s Ministries
Becky is our Director of Children’s Ministries. She began as a volunteer in the children’s area in the late 80’s, and took the job in 1997.
Becky oversees all programs for children from birth through fifth grade, including Sunday morning, Wednesday nights, the After-School Program, special activities and events, and Vacation Bible School. Her primary focus is big picture decisions as she manages her wonderful team.
Becky says, “I have a passion for children to come to know Christ, and to live a life fully devoted to Him. I wanted kids to know that they are known and loved by Jesus, and also the church.”
She says, “My husband Paul and I had the privilege of raising our family at KSC, all three sons serving in ministry in some capacity at different churches. We didn’t ever dream we would have the privilege of serving alongside of one of our sons, which has happened with Nathan in Worship Ministries.”
Becky and her husband Paul have three sons–Adam is married to Amanda, Matthew is married to Emily, and Nathan is married to Alyssa–and 8 grandchildren.
Michaela works with first through fifth grade kids and families and volunteers who serve in these grades on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights.
Michaela attended Shalom Christian Academy from Kindergarten to twelfth grade. In 2016, she graduated from Shippensburg University with a B.S. in Early Childhood Education and is licensed to teach Pre-K through fourth grade kids in PA.
After graduating, she stepped into the role as Elementary Coordinator here at King Street Church. Michaela interned two times here at King Street Church before becoming a full-time staff member. She loves investing in people and kids and getting to know people and see how God has worked in their lives. Her favorite verse is Proverbs 3:5-6, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding, in all your ways acknowledge Him and He will make your paths straight.”
Michaela has attended King Street Church since 2002 and became a partner in 2014. She met her husband, Elijah, at Shippensburg University in 2014 and they got married in September of 2018.
Lisa recruits, trains and cares for our volunteers in the infant to 2 year old rooms of our nursery. She believes we are not just “babysitting” our youngest children but planting the first seeds that will grow their faith and relationship with God.
Lisa graduated with a BA in Communications and Journalism from Shippensburg University. She worked 28 years as a radio news director before leaving that career to be at home with her daughter Maria. She began working part time at King Street when Maria started school. While working in radio, Lisa was a substitute nursery school teacher and also worked as Therapeutic Support Staff for a preschool age child with autism.
One of the joys of Lisa’s life is her daughter Maria. Lisa and her husband Ralph prayed for over a decade to become parents. They suffered the pain of miscarriage and failed adoption and the struggle of fostering before God blessed them …in his time… with a beautiful baby girl! Waiting is always the hardest part and it was a very rough road for them spiritually and as a couple. Lisa has always found comfort in the Psalms, specifically Psalm 139 knowing that God created her and knows her so completely he knows what she will say before a word is on her tongue and that he is always with her even through the darkest of days and all of the days ordained for her were written in his book before one of them came to be! He has us always!
Renee has an AS degree in Early childhood development. She has taught preschool age children for 30 plus years in Church Ministry, Christian School, and privately owned settings. She has dedicated her life to ministry by serving as children’s ministry coordinator in various churches. She feels wherever God leads her, be it in the classroom, home or church, life is full of ministry opportunities that have the potential to leave God’s fingerprint on someone’s life.
Renee’s role here at King Street Church is to supervise and oversee preschool ministry by engaging, training, equipping and leading volunteers as they serve as Bible teachers and nurturing caregivers to children ages 2-kindergarten. She also works with the other children’s ministry staff to plan and prepare ministry activities that help lead families toward the mission of the church and the children’s ministry.
Renee’s heart for preschool / children’s ministry has basically been a lifelong passion. Having grown up in the church and watching her parents do ministry, Renee developed this desire early on. Her mother instilled the Gospel message in her heart and it took root as a teenager when Renee gave her life to the Lord. She began teaching children through various VBS opportunities and eventually was assigned the role of kindergarten teacher and children’s music director as a senior in high school. Her heart’s desire for children is for them to hear the Word of God in developmentally appropriate ways and for it to begin to take root so that one day they too can come to know Him personally. In stepping into this ministry role, she felt the Lord gave her this verse. Isaiah 40:11 “He tends his flock like a shepherd: He gathers the lambs in his arms and carries them close to his heart; he gently leads those that have young.” She feels the preschool ministry is a vital component as each one comes along side of parents to help lead their children toward a relationship with Christ while teaching, caring, loving and nurturing them.
Renee is married to Randal who both come to us from the south having lived and served in Georgia, Florida and North Carolina. They have been a part of King Street Church since 2009. They have 1 daughter, Amelia, who is married to Logan Swartz. Renee and Randal have been blessed with 3 “Sweet Sugars”…wee ones (Grant, Caroline and Reid) that call them Grandmama and Grandpapa. They are the delights in their day! Other than ministering to preschoolers, Renee has a love for singing. She also enjoys reading books about people’s lives and how they have come through various life circumstances, Hallmark movies, and sewing when she gets a chance. She counts it a privilege and joy to be a part of the ministry and team of King Street Church.
Children’s Ministry Outreach Coordinator
As Outreach Coordinator for Children’s Ministry, Jeanie coordinates the After School Program which is an outreach ministry to our neighborhood children at Ben Chambers Elementary School.
The After School Program meets Mondays and Tuesdays from October – April. She supervises over 50 volunteers weekly and 30 students. Jeanie also helps on Sunday mornings, Wednesday evenings and special events in the Elementary area.
Jeanie has been teaching Sunday School since she was a teenager and taught preschool in Bible Study Fellowship and Elementary children in Bible Adventure Program. As an early elementary student she was greatly impacted by a caring, nurturing Sunday School teacher and desires to pass that kind of care on to other children.
She is married to Stanley and has three grown children who are all married, 9 grandchildren, are guardians of a 17 year old.
Children's Ministry Administrative Assistant
Heidi Roseman is our Children’s Ministry Administrative Assistant. She helps to prepare curriculum, schedule volunteers, send correspondence, request clearances, provide VBS support, assist with special events, and more. She likes the variety of work and the people with whom she works.
Heidi has a degree in Business Education from Bob Jones University. Her studies provided training in both office administration and secondary education.
Along with her husband Murray and their four sons (Coby, Cameron, Caleb, and Connor), Heidi began to attend King Street Church regularly before Christmas 2016. The whole family immediately felt connected to the church. When Heidi saw an opportunity to work part-time on-staff, she was excited to apply.
The Roseman’s experience at KSC was a game-changer spiritually. Heidi and Murray were impacted by Sunday morning worship; their children connected deeply with the church as well, and their faith deepened as a family. Two of their sons were baptized and are now studying at a Christian college.
In her spare time, Heidi is a part-time photographer.
Pastor of High School Ministries
Matt has been in student ministry for over 15 years, and on staff here at King Street Church since June of 2011. When he was in High School, his youth pastor helped him discover God’s calling to ministry.
Then Matt earned a degree in Youth Ministry from Cedarville University in 2005. He is grateful for the opportunity to invest in High School students and help them experience God’s love. His desire is to help students discover how God has gifted them and equip them to live focused on serving God and others.
Matt is married to Aimee and they have been blessed with five wonderful children. Matt enjoys spending time outdoors, music, sports, technology, and snow skiing with his family.
Pastor of Middle School/ College Ministries
John Shadle is our Pastor of Middle School & College-age Ministries. John provides leadership for an oversees the church’s middle school (6th-8th grade) student ministry and oversees the college-age (18-24 year olds). He leads, manages, develops, and evaluates all aspects of the middle school and college-age ministries including staff, volunteers, programming, teaching, and special events.
John is a graduate of Huntington University both in 2007 (B.S. in Youth Ministry with minors in Bible/Religion and Educational Ministries) and in 2017 (Masters in Pastoral Leadership). Prior to coming to King Street, he was the youth pastor at Fowlerville United Brethren Church in Fowlerville, MI from 2007-2013. He is a member of the United Brethren Youth Ministry Leadership Team, which exists to help United Brethren churches with their student ministries. He also became an ordained pastor in the United Brethren Church in 2017.
John attended King Street in his youth and shares, “God used the Street youth ministry as a vehicle for me to meet and fall in love with Jesus Christ as my Savior and Lord. To have the opportunity to give back to the ministry and the church that has given so much to me is a tremendous honor.”
John has been married to Amanda since June 20, 2015. He enjoys Marvel movies, disc golf, pulling pranks, and everything about summer (except mosquitos).
Student Ministry Administrator
Samantha handles the administrative aspects of our Student Ministry doing everyday office tasks, to planning events. She received a BA degree in communications/journalism from Shippensburg University in 2014.
Samantha has a passion for seeing people’s lives changed by Christ. “I love seeing how God works in people’s lives, but I especially love to see how God works in the hearts and lives of students! It’s amazing to see our students filled with passion for Christ, growing in their relationship with Him, and then following His calling on their lives.”
She has been married to Caleb Ray since June 2012. They have two sons Gavin and Henry. In her free time, she enjoys traveling to new places with her family, photography, and hiking.
Worship Arts Ministry
Pastor of Worship and Care
Steve grew up in the United Brethren Church. He received a BA in Music from Spring Arbor University, a Master of Christian Ministry degree from Huntington University and a Doctor of Worship Studies from the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies. He is an Ordained Pastor and also holds a Chaplain Endorsement with the Free Methodist Church.
He has served in the local church as a pastor, mostly in worship and music for over 30 years. For a few years he was a Hospice Chaplain full time and Worship Pastor part time.
Steve says, “It is my passion and calling is to serve Christ and His Body, the local church, in the pursuit of Christ-centered worship. Jesus said to the Samaritan women at a well in Sychar.” He references John 4:23-24, “Yet a time is coming and has now come when the true worshipers will worship the Father in the Spirit and in truth, for they are the kind of worshipers the Father seeks. God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.”
Steve further explains, “We must not be distracted or allured by the consummeristic culture we live in, but in our worship gatherings keep our mind, heart, and soul fixed on Jesus. May we be the kind of worshipers who the Father seeks and worship Him in Spirit and in truth! Amen!”
Steve has been married to “my favorite friend” Suzanne for over 30 years. He says, “We still love just being together.” Steve and Suzanne have three children: Amanda is a pastor of Youth and Worship in Fort Wayne, IN; Stewart is a middle school teacher in Lynchburg, VA; and Makenna is a senior at Chambersburg High School who hopes for a job in ministry and education.
Pastor of Contemporary Worship
Nathan Hann is the Pastor of Contemporary Worship. He leads worship regularly in the Baker Center contemporary services but also gives insight into the Sanctuary contemporary service. Nathan also helps guide the Creative Team in projects for church.
Nathan grew up at King Street Church were he first felt God’s calling for his life into worship ministry. He then decided to attend Huntington University where he received his BS in Worship Leadership with a minor in Bible and Religion. After graduation, he served as the Worship Pastor at College Park Church in Huntington, Indiana for 4 years before returning to serve full-time at King Street Church.
Nathan says, “One of my favorite things about my job is seeing God’s people respond to Him in worship every week. Knowing that our church family is made up of people going through the highs and lows of life but choosing to pour themselves out to the Lord despite their circumstances. Believing that our church gathers for the Lord and for one another. This is why Philippians chapter 2 is one of my favorite passages from the Bible. It not only paints a picture of how believers should live but also points us to who we worship.”
Nathan and his wife Alyssa have a beautiful family with their four children.
As Worship Associate, Nick leads the 9:30 Sanctuary service, assists with the 11:00 blended service, facilitates student worship in high school and middle school, and coordinates music for Celebrate Recovery.
He graduated from Liberty University Online with a Bachelor’s Degree in Religion.
Nick’s desire for leading in music is to see the Church respond to who God is, what He has done, and what He will be doing. He says, “When I think of worship I look to Revelation chapters 4 and 5 and see how He is being worshipped in Heaven. Especially 5:13, ‘Then I heard, every creature in heaven and on earth and under the earth and on the sea, and all that is in them, saying: To Him who sits on the throne and to the Lamb be praise and honor and glory and power, for ever and ever!'”
In regards to his family, Nick say, “I have been blessed with my amazing wife, Kathryn, and our beautiful daughter, Elizabeth Anne. We enjoy singing together and spending time with our dogs.”
Phil Shuman plays the organ at King Street. Phil’s first introduction to church music was at the age of ten when he was asked to play the “chimes” at his home church in Newburg. He has played the organ at King Street since 1970. He plays for the 8:00 and 11:00 services. Phil plays for the hymns and provides choir accompaniment as well as preludes, offertories, and postludes as needed.
He studied organ and piano in high school and college. Phil obtained a certificate in Church Music from Shenandoah Conservatory in 1994. His favorite hymn is “Great Is Thy Faithfulness”. This hymn was sung by the congregation at Leslie and Phil’s wedding and has been a constant help and reminder through the good as well as the difficult times of life. Phil and Leslie are the proud parents of two daughters and the proud grandparents of three grandchildren.
Worship Arts Administrative Assistant
Heather provides support to the worship arts staff through printing music, setting up screens for Sunday services, helping with organizing events, and communication with all the worship arts volunteers.
Psalm 98:4 says, “Shout joyfully to the LORD, all the earth; Break forth and sing for joy and sing praises.” Heather loves the message in this verse and loves to worship by singing and praising God with music. She says, “There have been so many times in my life that I’ve has been listening to the radio and God has spoken to me through a song in moments when I need it, as if He was saying ‘this is for you Heather. You need to hear this today.'”
Heather loves to have worship music on whenever she can. She feels closest to the Lord when there is worship music on. If you ever walk by the sanctuary on a Tuesday afternoon you’ll probably hear her while she is working. 🙂
Heather also loves to be around people and getting to know them more. Serving on the worship arts staff has given her the opportunity to get to know the volunteers better on a more personal level.
Heather has been married to her husband Dan since April 2008. Dan is a design engineer for JLG. They have three kids together, two sons Brayden and Beau, and a daughter London. She also LOVES to bake, especially for other people. 🙂 Heather loves to be in the kitchen trying new recipes. One of her most favorite things to bake and take to people are cinnamon rolls. The weekends when all five of her family are home together and can spend time together are some of her favorite moments.
Communication & Media
As Communications Coordinator, Susanna helps to launch and promote our ministries, events, and programs through branding, printed materials, advertising, and social media. She handles the church’s graphic design needs and serves alongside other staff to think of new and creative ways to support our mission.
Susanna received her Bachelors of Communications degree (with a Commercial Writing Concentration) from Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, FL, in 1997. She enjoys her position at KSC the most when she is helping to launch new programs and ministries.
Susanna serves with Celebrate Recovery; it is her heart’s desire that every person would be able to view themselves as God sees them, and realize their full potential as His beloved. It is also her great hope to see brokenness transformed into glory in her own life as well as those around her. As C.S. Lewis said, “God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks to us in our conscience, but shouts in our pains; it is his megaphone to rouse a deaf world.”
Susanna enjoys a variety of artistic handcrafts. She lives in Hagerstown, MD, where she is close to her parents and the families of her three siblings. Her young niece Grace is a special joy in her life.
Media and Production Coordinator
Tyler oversees the Media & Production, He is responsible for the production of the weekly services in addition to the video and media that are used in the services and online. One of the interesting parts of his job is finding creative technology solutions to problems.
After graduating Greencastle- Antrim High School, Tyler attended Lebanon Valley College where he majored in Business Administration and minored in Computer Science. In addition, Tyler received a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Shippensburg University. He co-owns a web and marketing agency, Cross & Crown Productions that specializes in educational and non-profits. The business has grown over 15 years to have a staff of over 12 full time employees.
Service and ministry have been a part of Tyler’s life. His family grew up in Christian camping ministry and he grew up serving as a camp counselor and in ministry groups. After graduating high school, one of his close friends died while on a missions trip. This was a pivotal time where he recommitted his life to following and serving Christ. As his journey continued he saw doors and opportunities open to use his leadership and technology skills. One of the most energizing things about his role is seeing volunteers get plugged in and seeing them use their skills to serve the kingdom.
Tyler is married to Jenn Roberts and they have two daughters, Addison and Mackenzie. He owned a coffee shop, C & C Coffee for over 10 years and still enjoys boutique coffee.
Bryce oversees all of the video production and media at King Street Church. He helps write, direct, shoot, and edit videos, photos, and media seen on a Sunday morning or throughout the week.
Bryce has a passion for finding and telling stories through people and their testimonies. He has been shooting and directing since he was just 10 years old and has gotten more serious about it in the past couple years. He has worked on some major music video sets and on many film sets of passion projects and marketing strategies.
Bryce has a deep passion for what he does, especially in the church setting. He feels that God has given him a gift for seeing stories and conveying them in a cinematic way. He hopes that through his gift, he can help bring people to Jesus and reach the otherwise unreachable.
In his free time, Bryce loves spending time with his family and his girlfriend, Samantha. He loves traveling and exploring, always with a camera in hand. If you see him around church go up and say hi, he loves talking to new people and engaging in conversation.
Bryton helps to prepare and ensure that all services, activities, and events at King Street Church run as smooth as possible; this includes sound and light design, working with the church’s worship computer software and media, livestream video mixing and recording, stage production and set-up, and overseeing technical needs for our Celebrate Recovery ministry.
Bryton is a 2017 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Penn State University with a degree in Information Sciences & Technology and a minor in Security & Risk Analysis. He was the KSC Media and Production Intern from February to August 2018, and he was active on the tech team with The Street Student Ministry from 7th-12th grade (2007-2013).
Prior to being on staff, Bryton volunteered as the occasional “sound guy” in the Baker Center Worship Services. Now that he is on staff, he loves being able to connect and help those who serve with the Media and Production team on Sunday mornings. In addition to working “behind the scenes”, he has a passion for acting on theater stages.
He has performed in multiple shows at various locations in the area, including Totem Pole Playhouse, The Chambersburg Capitol Theatre, Gettysburg College’s Majestic Theater, and The Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater & Children’s Theater.