• Brian Roberts (Clerk of Session)
    Clerk of Session

    610-905-4685

  • Donna Bisher, Bill Romig, Susan Antonioli, Dianne Newman, Robert Pickens (Finance)
    Finance

  • Kari Ann Pickens (Secretary)
    Secretary

  • Maria Laub, Bonnie Price, Donna Bisher, Kim LeClair, John Santo, Susan Antonioli, Sarah Schiavone, Megan Pultz, Robert Pickens, (Session Members)
    Session

  • Mark and Diane Newman
    Slate Belt Common Ground Back Pack Buddies Program

  • Karen Frey, Cookie Beiler (Hospitality Luncheon Team)
    Hospitality Luncheon Team

  • Chris Taylor (Roseto Cemetery)
    Roseto Cemetery

  • Eric Sterner (Custodian)
    Custodian

  • Anna Rose Drago, Charlie Cole, Gregory Oaten (Organist)
    Organist

  • Greg Oaten (Music Director)
    Music Director

  • John Santo, Bonnie Price, Dick Teasdale, Megan Pultz, Pat Zavacky, John Reinhart (Personnel)
    Personnel

  • Betty Woolley (Worship)
    Worship

  • Sarah Schiavone, Susan Antonioli (Christian Ed)
    Christian Ed

  • Susan Antonioli, Mary Detrick, Donna Bisher (Mission)
    Mission

  • Ricky Teasdale, Robert Pickens, Duane Woolley, William Romig, Chris Taylor (Property)
    Property

  • Rev. Beth Utley (Moderator)
    Moderator

  • Rev. Karen Kinney (Minister)
    Minister

    Reverend Karen Robinson Kinney is an ordained Minister of Word and Sacrament in the Presbyterian Church (USA). For the past six years, she has been the solo pastor of Glenville Presbyterian Church in Glenville, WV. During her time there, she introduced visual expression and spiritual practices into worship, Session and other meetings; enhanced campus ministry programs; deepened community relationships with local nonprofits and Glenville State College; established a financial and administrative infrastructure for the church; and, guided the church to become a certified Earth Care Congregation. As a Ruling Elder and seminary student, she developed and led Session retreats, Christian education classes and established leadership development programs. Prior to ordained ministry, Karen worked in the nonprofit sector for 30 years as a grant maker, fundraiser, facilitator, trainer and consultant. Karen attended Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, VA and earned her Master of Divinity Degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Her undergraduate degree in history was awarded by Towson State University in Towson, MD. Karen is the proud mother of daughter Jessica and son Justin.