Rev. Jon Brown
Rev. Jon Brown currently serves as pastor of Old Bergen Church, a growing multi-cultural congregation located across the Hudson River from Manhattan in Jersey City, NJ. Jon has served congregations in Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina as well as on the staff of Montreal Conference Center and as Director for Mission Interpretation in the national offices of the Presbyterian Church (USA) in Louisville, KY. After the graduation his two children, Jon returned to his first love - parish ministry. He continues to provide leadership for regional and national events such as keynote for the 2017 APCE conference in Denver, worship leader for EAPCE in 2018, and as Worship Coordinator for the 2016 and 2019 Presbyterian Youth Trienniums. These days Jon seeks to do his best to cultivate a sense of "sacred curiosity" as he addresses the challenges and potential of life in today's world.
Rev. Jeremy T. Campbell
Rev. Jeremy Campbell serves the Presbytery of Newton and the Presbytery of Elizabeth as Stated Clerk. He is a graduate of Moravian College in Bethlehem PA with a BA in Graphic Design and German Language. He completed his M.Div and an MA in clinical counseling at Moravian Theological Seminary and is a Certified Advanced Alcohol and ofter Drug Counselor (CAADC). In addition to serving as clerk Jeremy is an outpatient addictions counselor. He and his wife Megan live in Metuchen NJ with their daughter Ruby, three cats and four fish.
Rev. Terry Chapman
Terry has served as the pastor of Forked River Presbyterian Church in New Jersey for 18 years. He has also served churches in Pennsylvania and Edinburgh, Scotland. He is a spiritual director, retreat leader and poet. As an adjunct professor at New Brunswick Theological Seminary, where he teaches courses in Christian Spirituality. Terry's book "Sabbath Pause" was published in 2012. He leads regular pilgrimages to Uganda where he works with an NGO ministering to children. He is a father of two young adults near the beginning of their own journeys and married to Jan who is a practicing psychotherapist specializing in trauma.
Rev. Molly Dykstra
The Reverend Molly Dykstra has served at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Trenton, NJ since March 2014.
She graduated from the University of California at Davis and Princeton Theological Seminary and has served congregations in Mexico City, Mexico, in Dubuque, Iowa, and across the Presbytery of New Brunswick in pastoral ministry, children's and family ministry, resourcing, leadership development, and early childhood education. She is currently enrolled in the GreenFaith Fellows program and owns a small business called Green Paper Cup. She resides in Princeton, NJ with her family.
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Jennifer Fong is a digital marketing consultant who helps businesses and nonprofits internationally use online tools to reach the people that matter most to them. She is active within her church and presbytery in using online technologies to connect with the community and create growth and stewardship. She also blogs about how to use these technologies effectively at
Digital Communications & Social Media Network Ministry Consultant for the Presbytery of Elizabeth(Monmouth/New Brunswick). The presbytery has brought me on to help churches in the presbytery establish better overall communication utilizing digital communications and social media.
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Carol Hecky, Sandy Pezzillo and Rev. Paul Rhebergen
Carol Hecky is a special educator in Flemington, NJ. Carol, and her husband Mike, have been members of EPC for thirty years. She is currently serving on session as the Communications Committee chair and liaison to the Deacons. She is also a Christian educator, whose junior high students, under the leadership and guidance of Pastor Rhebergen are working towards making their confirmation commitment. Carol’s passion at church is the care of others -whether as a caregiver, mission supporter or ideas generator. Her husband Michael, also serves on session as the cemetery liaison. They have two grown children.
Sandy Pezzillo joined EPC in 2000 and has served three terms on the Board of Deacons. Sandy and Carol Hecky are Co-leaders of EPC's Care Team. Along with Carol and Pastor Paul, Sandy works with the Care Team committees (Visitation, Rides, Meals, Respite, and Social Services) to fulfill the Care Team's mission of "caring for our sheep". Outside of church, Sandy is a Senior Project Manager for an environmental consulting firm and works to remediate contaminated industrial properties in New Jersey. She also enjoys working with her husband and their four children in their family-operated pet sitting business.
Paul Rhebergen has been the Transitional Pastor at Ewing Presbyterian Church since October, 2013, working with the congregation and its leaders to move into the future that goes beyond what has been. Paul has been an intentional transitional/pastor for thirty years, serving in a variety of church settings, including as the Interim Pastor of Metuchen, Trinity in East Brunswick, Cranbury, Haddonfield, Sand Hills (now Grace), Pennington, and Dutch Neck. He also teaches the Art of Transitional Ministry for the PC (USA). Paul is married to Marianne Rhebergen, who is currently serving as the Interim Pastor of Abiding Presence Lutheran Church in Ewing. They have three adult daughters, Debbie, Kristin, and Becca; having joyfully celebrated Kristin’s marriage this past October.
Rev. Jim Huang
Rev Jim Huang Immigrated from Taiwan at the age of 11, He always held a special heart for Taiwan, and especifically, for Taiwanese American Churches. Jim is fluent in both Taiwanese and Mandarin, holds a BS in Electrical Engineering, and earned his MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary. He was ordained by National Capital Presbytery at Taiwanese Presbyterian Church of Washington DC, where he served as the Associate Pastor for English Ministry for 3 years. He then moved to Ventura, California in 2003, where he served the First United Methodist Church as
Associate Pastor for Congregational Growth and Young Families for 8 years. Prior coming back to TAFPC in September, 2014, Jim served as solo pastor at Chinese Christian Church of Oxnard for 3 years before becoming pastor of the Taiwanese American Fellowship Presbyterian Church in 2014, and is supported by his wife, KuanFen Liu, their daughter Terilyn, and the Holy Spirit’s continual guidance and empowerment.
Rev. Ellie Johns Kelly
The Rev. Ellie Johns-Kelley serves as the Ministry Relations Officer for the Presbyterian Foundation covering the Northeast Region. She works with congregations to create a culture of generosity, offers seminars and workshops, develops gifts and fundraising plans for ministries, and provides coaching to finance, stewardship and endowment committees.
“Building on relationships and resourcing churches to help them increase funding for their ministry are my top priorities,” said Ellie. “I want to help others realize the vast amount of resources available through the Foundation and work in collaboration with other agencies of the PC(USA).”
Prior to joining the Foundation, Ellie served nearly four years as Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Warren, Pennsylvania. She also served as Director of the Summer Youth Institute and Assistant Director of Admissions at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. A member of the Presbytery of Lake Erie, Ellie most recently served as co-moderator of the presbytery’s Administrative Committee and was a member of the Trustees. Previous service to the larger church includes the General Assembly Permanent Judicial Commission, Regional Resource Person for the Theological Education Fund in the Synod of the Trinity and the synod’s Campus Ministry Task Force.
Ellie received a Bachelor of Science in biology at Muskingum College and a Master of Divinity from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. She resides south of Pittsburgh in the town of Carmichaels with husband Dr. Eric Kelley and two young daughters.
Rev. Lukata Agyei Mjumbe
The Reverend Lukata Agyei Mjumbe serves as the Pastor of the historic Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church in Princeton, NJ. He is the former Pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Irvington, NJ and has served in leadership in powerful ministries based in Trenton, New Jersey and across the state of Alabama.
Reverend Mjumbe was awarded the highest academic honors at Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and at Princeton Theological Seminary where he earned his Masters of Divinity and Masters of Theology degrees in Religion & Society.
Prior to answering his call to ministry within the church, Mjumbe was heralded across the country for his leadership in community based movements for transformational social and economic justice. Reverend Mjumbe is married to Kayren Mjumbe with whom he has been blessed to raise adult, twin daughters and a teenage son.
Rev. Meredith Mueller
The Rev. Merideth Mueller is presently serving as the interim pastor of College Hill Presbyterian Church in Easton. Previously, she served at Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church as Interim Pastor for Worship and Counseling. Her ministry began in 2000, when she was prompted to go to seminary after the death of her husband, seeking answers to the great mysteries of life. While she did not find many satisfactory answers to life’s baffling questions, she clearly heard a call to become a “Servant of Christ and Steward of God’s Mysteries” in the model of 1 Corinthians 4:1. Merideth has also served as the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Tuckerton and as Monmouth Presbytery’s Director of Advocacy for Long Term Recovery. She serves on the boards of New Jersey Audubon and Compass 82, a national non-for-profit that helps communities recover from natural disasters.
Sarah is serving as GreenFaith New Jersey Volunteer Organizer. A recent recipient of a Masters in Leadership for Sustainable Development from Queen’s University, Belfast. She holds a degree in Youth & Community Work with Theology and is passionate to connect young people toward faith-based environmental action. She led the implementation of a sustainability plan for a large faith-based summer camp serving low income communities throughout New Jersey and is helping her church in Ireland move toward environmental action.
Terry is the South Carolina organizer for GreenFaith. She has dedicated her time, gifts, and resources to mentor and empower other churches, nationally and internationally, with a focus on leaders in the gospel, in order to strengthen the body of Christ as a whole. She has partnered with churches by providing socially and generationally relevant training to church leaders who oversee established congregations. She has successfully increased exposure to the faith in operation in other communities, cultures, and nations; displaying the diversified expression of God’s love
A native of Seattle, Jaime has worked full time in educational ministry for 13 years, serving congregations in Washington state and northern New Jersey. For the last nine years she was the director of Youth and Christian Ministries at First Presbyterian Church of Caldwell, New Jersey. Jaime is a Certified Christian Educator in the Presbyterian Church (USA) and served as the POINT representative (Presbyterians Organized in Nurture and Teaching) for the Newark Presbytery. She is also a member of the Leadership Council of the National Association of Presbyterian Church Educators (APCE).
As a member of FPC Metuchen, Gail is involved in a number of Church committees and activities including the Communications Committee. In that capacity, Gail is very involved in ensuring that Sunday Worship Services are live streamed on Facebook. Typically, these live video posts receive 150-200 views, significantly extending the weekly reach of the FPC Metuchen Service.
Gail is also Co- Moderator of the FPC Metuchen Board of Deacons where she, along with her Co-Moderator and Pastoral Advisor are working to expand the role of The Deacons within the Church as well as extending outreach to the Community.
Gail lives in Metuchen, NJ with her Husband Howard (also an FPC Deacon).