God's Open House

Church Staff

Rev. Drew Harrison

I was born and lived in Memphis, TN until we moved to Austin, TX when I was a
teenager. We attended Balmoral Presbyterian Church for most of my life, where I was
challenged intellectually and nourished spiritually.

Alyssa Little

Alyssa has happily been with us since 2015. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Rowan University and enjoys creating our church and worship service materials, proofreading, editing, and any special job that comes her way. She works with our committees to see that programs run smoothly like the Summer Lunch Program…

Kathi Lynch

Kathi Lynch has been our financial secretary since January of 2000.   Kathi lives in West Deptford with her husband, Van. They have three children (Kristin, Mike and Jess) and four grandchildren (Brooklyn and Johel, and twins, Pierson and Penelope).  She is a member of the Presbyterian Church at Woodbury and is also their financial secretary.  She…

John Fitzpatrick

John is a partner in the CPA firm Premier Accounting Services PC CPAs.  John was raised in Pitman and has been a member of our church since 2005. John is an avid cyclist and is active in the Greater Pitman Chamber of Commerce and the Pitman Economic Development Committee.

Marilyn Rabbai

Marilyn Rabbai received a Master of Arts degree in piano performance from The College of New Jersey, and a Bachelor of Arts in Music and English from Rowan University.  Now a retired music educator, she was honored to be the recipient of a Gloucester County Outstanding Teacher award for her work with middle school choirs…

Sue Hummel

In 1980, I began ringing handbells at Park Presbyterian Church in Beaver, PA.  After moving to New Jersey in 1997, I had my first handbell directing job – grades 4 – 6, at Woodstown Presbyterian Church.  A greater challenge arrived when I added the adult handbell team to my directing job, four years later. After…

Tyler Cesario

Tyler is a 2017 graduate of Westminster Choir College, where he excelled in choral activities and vocal performance. He student taught at Gateway Regional High School in Spring 2017, simultaneously impressing choir director Helen Stanley and her students.