Pastor Daniel Casselberry has served at PUMC since 2010. Prior to coming to Pennington UMC he served pastorates in the First United Methodist Church of Los Alamos in New Mexico, and in New Jersey in Paterson, Maplewood, Elizabeth, and Ewing. Pastor Casselberry received the Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in Philosophy and Religion from McMurry University in Abilene, Texas, in 1975. He earned his Master of Divinity degree at Boston University School of Theology in 1979, with a dual major in Social Ethics and Pastoral Psychology and Counseling.
Cynthia Westbrook, Director of Music has served at PUMC since 2013, is an accomplished choral director, music educator and organist. Ms. Westbrook earned her master's degree in dual programs of choral conducting and music education from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ. In addition, she completed a two-year program at the General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal, with a Certificate in Spiritual Direction. As a music teacher and choral director in the West Windor-Plainsboror School District, she has helped to develop a successful choral music program for both middle and upper elementary school level.
Deacon Stephen Faller has served at PUMC since 2002. He earned his BA from Davidson College, his Master of Divinity degree from Duke University, and his Master of Theology degree from Princeton Theological Seminary. He is a board-certified chaplain and CPE Supervisor at Capital Health in Hopewell, New Jersey, since 2000, and author of Revolutions and Revelations: The Matrix and Reality TV, both by Chalice Press.