8 am Chapel Communion / 10 am Sanctuary Worship
The Reverend Doctor David Smazik joined the PCM staff in November, 2010. David began his ministry working as a church youth director, while in college, post-college, and during seminary. He served as Interim Pastor for four PCUSA churches throughout his tenure as full-time Executive Director of a non-denominational camp/conference center in Pennsylvania and was called to the position of Senior Pastor/Head of Staff to transition two PCUSA churches in Illinois. Throughout his ministry, he has served the denomination at both the presbytery and synod levels and developed and led para-church organizations in the communities in which he has lived. David has a BA in religion/psychology from Hope College and a Masters of Divinity from the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary. He also completed a Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology and a Doctorate of Ministry in Church Revitalization. David and his wife, Ann, enjoy time spent with their two married children and two grandsons.
The Reverend Sarah Green joined PCM as Associate Pastor for Congregational Life and Mission in 2015. She provides pastoral care, plans and leads mission programs, and works with the Deacons, Stephen Ministry, the Green Faith Initiative, and the Community & Membership and Outreach Committees.
Prior to joining PCM, Sarah served as an interfaith healthcare chaplain. She received her BA in English from Davidson College and her Masters of Divinity from Claremont School of Theology. She completed Clinical Pastoral Education training at Children’s Hospital-Los Angeles and New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia Medical Center.
Sarah is fluent in Spanish and always on the look-out for new conversation partners to keep the rust at bay.
Matthew Webb is a conductor, pianist, and vocal coach in the metropolitan New York City area. He is the Director of Music at The Presbyterian Church in Morristown, where he serves as Church Organist and directs adult and high school vocal and instrumental ensembles.
Matt holds undergraduate degrees in music and philosophy from Wake Forest University, and the Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in Choral Conducting from the University of North Carolina (Greensboro). He has worked in Presbyterian, Episcopal, and United Methodist congregations, where he built choral and instrumental programs for children, youth and adults. Matt has served on the faculties of Drew University (NJ), Elon University (NC), UNC Greensboro, the UNC School of the Arts, and the Canterbury School.
Matt has worked extensively as a collaborative pianist and choral conductor, performing at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and throughout the US and Europe. He is a member of the American Choral Director’s Association, the Royal School of Church Music, the Presbyterian Association of Musicians, and is Dean of the Metro NJ Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.
Alexandra was installed as Director of Christian Education in August 2010. She oversees children's and adult education programs, including Church School and Midweek for ages K-5. Previously at PCM, she volunteered as a teacher and served as Interim Coordinator of Children's Ministries. Alexandra graduated from Lafayette College with a BA in government and law. She has served on the board of Family Services of Morris County and is a member of the Junior League of Morristown. She and her husband, David, have three children who are all active in the church.
Jeanne Mueller has been the director of the PCM Nursery School since August 2015. She was a teacher at the school for ten years and was a member of the Advisory Board. The Nursery School has ten staff members teaching six classes that provide an outstanding early childhood experience for 80 children. Jeanne has two children, a daughter at Butler University and a son at Morristown High School. Both children attended the Nursery School. Jeanne and her staff help to continue the level of excellence that has been established at the school.
Dan Keoppel is a life-long Presbyterian. Dan has served on Session at First Presbyterian Church of Boonton five times focusing on Evangelism, Fellowship, Christian Ed and Stewardship. He has lead youth group fellowships and continues to teach middle school and confirmation classes. He has served on the Presbytery Committee for Preparation for Ministry and served in Kenya with the Presbytery Mission program. Professionally, Dan is an adviser and consultant to technology startups and venture capital firms. He is an independent board director for Qualia Media. He has spent the majority of his career in the telecommunications industry. Dan has an undergraduate degree in psychology from Rutgers and a MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson. Dan and his wife Donna live in Montville, NJ. They have 6 children, although the number of children in the household may vary as they are also resource (foster) parents.
Crystal “Cali” Woods was raised in Christ at St. James A.M.E. Church, located in Newark, New Jersey. In 2016, she graduate from Montclair State University with her Master’s Degree in Public and Organizational Relations. Cali also enjoys working in motion picture/television as a Production Manager and more recently, Associate Producer.
In her spare time, Cali serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (C.A.S.A.) and Fostering Futures mentor—two national nonprofit advocacy groups that support children and young adults in foster care. She also has a disabled sister whom she adores and spends as much time with as possible.