Mark your calendars for the next meeting on October 8th in room 117 at 6:30pm. These meetings are open to all members and friends of the church.
Rachel Beaver is married to Doug and together, they have four children; McKenna (13), Samantha (10), Zachary (9) and Jedidiah (7). Rachel works as a Human Resources Manager and believes that cultivating relationships, building strong diverse teams and partnering across boundaries is the key to accomplishing goals. Rachel and Doug have been attending CHUM for over nine years and can most often be spotted in the children’s hall or attending New Life services. They have been active in various ministries including volunteering in the nursery and with youth, as well as coaching Upward football and basketball teams. Rachel has been the lead Preschool Sunday school teacher in our Children’s Ministry for the past 5 years and is passionate about growing our littlest friends’ hearts for God. Rachel also acted as a lay leader for the Embrace Initiative.
Nominations & Leadership Development Liaison & Alternate Lay Member to Annual Conference
Don Powell is the co-owner of Omni Interactive Systems, having received his Associate degree from Vale Tech in Blairsville, PA. Don has grown up at CHUM, serving several terms as a trustee and also currently serving on the sound tech crew in Celebration worship. Don coached softball for the Red Land Girls Softball Association and assists with the West Shore Marching Band. He is married to Steph and is the proud father of their daughters, Emily and Sara.
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.
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 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.
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.
Stephen Hetrick and his wife, Deborah, were married at Camp Hill UMC in 2006 and now live in Mechanicsburg with their four children (Samantha, Noah, Joshua, and Benjamin) that keep their home filled with lots of noise and energy. Stephen also has three other children (Jeremy, Ashley, and Morgan) and three amazing grandchildren (Lily, Aubrey, and Jordan). He has been a nurse since 2009 and now works as the Clinical Operations Manager of PeriAnesthesia Services at Geisinger Holy Spirit. Prior to his nursing career, he served in the U.S. Army’s 2nd Ranger Battalion and 101st Airborne Division as a combat medic for nearly 10 years. He realized that medicine and health care was what he truly should be doing with his life. His passion for ministry is with the children and families that our church touches every day, their physical and spiritual health, and the future of the church.
Jim Clahane has been married to his wife Tamara for 25 years and they have three children, Luke, Mady and Emma who are all currently in college. He is a physical therapist and just recently (three years ago) went into private practice. Tamara and Jim enjoy being “empty nesters” and spend time together hiking and taking weekend trips. Jim has been attending Camp Hill UMC for over 20 years and has been part of the worship team as well as the Panguma mission team – making two trips. Jim is most passionate about the awesome opportunity God gives him to make a difference in the lives of his patients and to see God’s transforming grace and love at work each and every day.