Meet Our Staff
Rev. Jessica M. Campbell is an ordained elder serving the Hamilton UMC, Neptune. She enjoys creative worship, authentic preaching, finding unique ways to connect with communities, building relationships with God’s people and being active in mission. She has three wonderful boys, Jeremiah, Nathan and Christopher.
OUR MUSIC STAFF:
Maria Sottile is our very talented music director and Worship Leader for our 9 am Contemporary Service. She has been a part of HUMC since 1998. She loves facilitating worship through singing and playing guitar. It is a joy for her to lead the congregation as well as the many spirited musicians and vocalists in our Praise Team.
Denise Furda is our newest member to the music staff. She plays the Organ at the 11 AM service, sings in the Praise Team at 9 AM and directs the Bell Choir, Praise Choir and Children's Choir.
Gianna Garrow has been a member at HUMC since her kids were babies (they are now college bound!). She loves to sing and play piano for both the Praise Band and Traditional Services.
OUR YOUTH DIRECTOR:
Alison Nelson is a senior in high school and attending college classes at Rowan in Mt Laurel. She enjoys fishing, spending time with family, and going on new adventures. Allison was a youth director at New Egypt United Methodist Church and feels so blessed to be able to work and connect with the youth and young adults. She has been a member of NEUMC for the last 15 years.
OUR MINISTER OF VISITATION
Larry Dellett oversees a gifted team who cares for those who are elderly and the sick. Through prayer, cards, calls and visits, Larry and his team show God's love in critical moments.
OUR CHURCH SECRETARY
Janet Pederson has been with Hamilton UMC for a little over a year now. This is a part time position for her as she also enjoys her retirement and grandchildren!
OUR CHURCH SEXTONS (not pictured)
Jim and Angel Robinson keep the church facility clean and ready for use. They have been a part of the congregation for many, many years and while they often do their work behind the scenes, they are very much appreciated.