Interest Form

Submit an interest form to serve on the Unified Leadership Council!

Due August 31, 2020.

Next Unified Leadership Council Meeting

The Unified Leadership Council will meet next on July 21st at 6:30 pm online. These meetings are open to all members and friends of the church. For information on how to log in to the Zoom meeting, contact Georgia Reisinger at

Covenant For Membership

Updated February 2020

Personal Commitment to Camp Hill UMC and the Group

  • I participate in personal spiritual disciplines, including regularly studying scripture to discern God’s direction for my life and for CHUM.  My plan includes praying every day for Camp Hill UMC and for persons in the community who do not yet know Jesus Christ.


  • I conduct myself in a Christ-like manner as I relate to Council members and church members by demonstrating acceptance, attentive listening, respect and understanding.  I listen actively during Council meetings to all perspectives.  I do not use sidebar conversations to distract or undermine others on the Council.


  • I attend Camp Hill UMC regularly and am visible within the congregation so that church members can seek me out for issues pertaining to the Church and the ULC.


  • I am in intentional relationship with at least one other nominally faithful or non-religious person(s) in the community.  


  • I participate outside of Camp Hill UMC in settings which may not naturally be comfortable to me to provide the opportunity for me to demonstrate and actively seek  Christ-like character.


  • I tithe or am moving towards tithing to God through Camp Hill UMC as an example and a testament of my trust in God.


  • I prepare for and attend the monthly ULC and any special meetings in advance, including reading all distributed materials.  Suggested agenda items are due to the church administrator or ULC chair two weeks in advance for timely distribution with the advance reading.


  • If I am ill or out of town, I will notify one of the pastors or the ULC chair in advance of the meeting.  If I miss more than three meetings in a year, I will discuss with the board chair whether or not my seat needs to be vacated or filled with someone who can be more active.


  • I will learn, be involved with and when assigned, demonstrate support for the special area for which I am working with staff and volunteers at CHUM, including appropriate and timely reporting back to the ULC.


  • I hold myself, the pastors, and the other ULC members accountable for their leadership roles and responsibilities.  This includes allowing others to hold me accountable.

Group Commitment to Each Other

  • Meetings will begin on time and last no more than two hours.  Issues that cannot be adequately resolved may be deferred to a dedicated meeting between monthly ULC meetings.


  • All personnel issues and other sensitive church-related issues will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.


  • While there may be differing views in making decisions and reaching consensus, there will be unity in the implementation of decisions.


Dave Mooney


Dave Mooney has been married to the love of his life, Kristin, for over 25 years.  They have a daughter, Logan, and a son, Harrison. The Mooney family moved to Camp Hill in 2010 and have been members of Camp Hill UMC since 2011. Dave is committed to the challenge of drawing near to Christ through daily prayer and Bible study and acknowledging God’s hand in his personal and professional accomplishments. Dave credits his relationship with Christ as the foundation for his loving relationships with his wife, children, and friends. Dave co-leads the Coffee in the Kitchen Sunday School class, founded by his wife Kristin, focused on building Christian families. Professionally, Dave is passionate for God’s planet. He owns a renewable energy and nutrient conservation company that deploys his patented technology to responsibly and cleanly convert industrial, municipal and agricultural waste to value added products. Dave learned to trust and depend on the Lord’s provision and guidance through the journey of technology development, deployment, commercialization and corporate investment through 15 years of dedication.

Jon Seltenheim

Investment Team Liaison

Jon Seltenheim has been a member of CHUM for 20 years and attends both New Life and Celebration services.  Since joining CHUM he has been ​involved with Alpha classes, planning the Men’s Retreat and was on the Salt ‘n Light Board for about 10 years.  For the past 20 years on Friday mornings, Jon has also led men’s a Bible study in his home.  From 2001 to 2013, Jon was the Board Chair for Mission Year, a national ministry in American inner cities.  Last year he was commissioned as a Colson Fellow.  He recently retired from a business career but has kept busy with travel and several education-related activities: Eastern University’s Board of Trustees, Westminster College’s Board of Distinguished Visitors, and Columbia University’s College of Dental Medicine’s Board of Visitors.  In addition, he is on the Board of the Ecclesia Network, a national church planting network, as well as serving as the treasurer for the Bridgeport Condominium Association.  His interests include photography and all types of automobile-related activities.

Kyle evans

Kyle Evans

Sports Ministry Liaison

Kyle Evans and his wife, Sarah, currently live in Camp Hill. Even though they are fairly new to Camp Hill UMC, they are very excited to be members and grateful to be around so many amazing individuals. Professionally, Kyle is a certified public accountant that works for Boyer & Ritter, LLC. Outside of Camp Hill UMC and B&R, he has been the treasurer for the Harrisburg Police Athletic League for the past five years. He also coached one of HPAL’s little & teener league baseball teams during each of those five years. He is also a member & co-vice chair of United Way’s newest affinity group, LINC. He has a strong passion for giving back and serving the community. Kyle believes God has blessed them with the capabilities and opportunities to lend a hand, so their plan is to do so in any way that he can. Sarah and Kyle are blessed to be part of such an amazing congregation and are excited to grow with Camp Hill UMC.


Susan Pigott

Susan Pigott has been a member of Camp Hill UMC for 20+ years and recently retired from 15 years as the Church Administrator.  She was educated in the liberal arts, English, and journalism and held various jobs throughout her career, including in banking, non-profit housing development, and serving as an adjunct college professor.  Susan is married, the mother of two sons, and grandmother to three grandchildren.  She is a reader, writer, gardener, and life-long student.



Kim Bedford

Chair, Lay Leader & Lay Member to Annual Conference

Kim Bedford and Lori Kocher have two daughters, Brynn and Jena. Kim is a life long Methodist and has been attending Camp Hill UMC for the past 31 years. She has held several leadership roles, most recently as chair of the Staff Parish Relations Committee. She has had a wonderful 31+ year career at IBM where she is currently a Client Partnership Executive. Kim is passionate about Camp Hill UMC and the family and friends she has been blessed to get to know through out her years attending here. She is passionate about the changes we are embarking upon (Embrace, Our Vision/Mission) and is committed to our church and helping to find a way forward in this critical time for our denomination.


Shannon Zimmerman

Executive Session Secretary

Shannon Zimmerman went to Susquehanna University for a mathematics degree (with secondary ed certification) and then to PSU for a master’s in teaching and curriculum. She is a math teacher teaching LOTS of Algebra 2 at Red Land High School. Shannon has been at CHUM since 2000, when she began her 10, or so, years as a youth worker, and she has played keyboard in the New Life band for the past 2 years. Shannon mentors and shares life with a number of young adults and college students, many of whom show up regularly to share meals and conversation at her table. She enjoys spending time with dear friends as well as time walking & talking with Jesus. Cooking, baking, and running are other passions.



Galen Kapp

Facility Team Liaison

Galen Kapp has called Camp Hill UMC home since he first attended the youth group over 20 years ago. He and his wife, Jennifer, first met at Camp Hill UMC, became members in 2008, and regularly attend Wednesday Connection dinners and Wednesday night small groups. Galen served on Camp Hill UMC’s Finance Committee for several years, and attends the annual Men’s Retreat.  He also volunteers with Upward, VBS, and mission and outreach programs. Galen holds degrees in communications and accounting, and he works in the business office of the Mechanicsburg Area School District. In his free time, he enjoys reading, watching movies, discovering new music, and having silly “girl-dad” fun with his daughters, Chloe and Lilah.


Dave Lawton

Dave Lawton has been married to his wife Jan for 42 years and they have two children, Stephanie and Adam. He is a retired Civil Engineer who worked for the Federal Government in both technical and leadership roles that took them to a half dozen different states. Jan and Dave feel blessed to have their children and grandchildren living close by where they can share in their lives on a regular basis (Translation: baby sitting and home improvements). Jan and Dave have been attending Camp Hill UMC since 2013 and can typically be found in the family service in New Life. They are both passionate about the ministries of this church body and the many challenges that lie ahead.  


Matthew Peter-Fritts

Hospitality Ministry Liaison

Matthew Peter-Fritts has been married to his husband, Donny, for almost seven years.  They have two children, Xavier, 5, and Diana, 2, and Matthew considers himself fortunate to be able to be a stay-at-home dad to them. He and Donny are so thankful for their family to have found Camp Hill UMC three years ago, shortly after moving to Pennsylvania. Matthew is committed to continually maturing in his relationship with Christ and modeling that commitment to his children through daily Bible study and prayer. Since joining Camp Hill UMC, Matthew has been a part of the New Life Praise Band and coordinates the ushering ministry for the New Life services. He passionately hopes for all who enter Camp Hill UMC to know that they are fully loved and accepted by God. He is also quite fond of superheroes as evidenced by his numerous tattoos.