Adam Meredith

Lead Pastor

Adam joined Antrim’s staff team in 2016 and is grateful for the opportunity to preach the gospel. He believes that the Word of God works actively in those who believe (1 Th. 2:13) and that the church is meant to be the display of God’s glory and wisdom on earth (Eph. 3:10). Adam graduated from Yale University in 2008 with a degree in Chemistry. Following graduation, he served for 1 year with Campus Crusade for Christ in East Asia. He then taught high school math and science for 2 years before serving as a pastor for 5 years at Five Forks BIC Church. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Columbia International University in Columbia, South Carolina in 2021.  Adam and his wife, Danielle, live in Waynesboro with their 2 sons, Graham and Davis. [email protected]t

Rob Gowing

Executive & Worship Pastor

Prior to coming to Chambersburg in 2011, Rob and his wife, Myrna, ministered through music in churches in Toronto, Calgary, and San Diego. They have three adult daughter and four grandchildren. Bethany Odegaard (Saginaw Michigan) is married to Matthew and is the mother of Maddie Mae, Nico, Tyler, and Hunter. Laurelle Brown (Houston) is married to Christian. She sings with the Houston Grand Opera and teaches from her private voice studio. Lynzy (San Diego) works as a Cosmetologist and sings with various San Diego area ministries. Rob has a passion to lead God’s children in musical worship. Whether directing a small ensemble, a church congregation, or a massed event of hundreds, he believes that there is no finer instrument than the human voice and that the voice has no higher calling than the praise of it maker. [email protected]

Brad Graham

Administrative Pastor

Brad Graham graduated from Robert Morris College (now University) with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.  His experience is very broad and he describes himself as a “jack of all trades, master of none”.  He served as a Facility Manager in public schools, which also included a period of time as a Transportation Manager responsible for the school buses.  As an Operations Director he served at two different Christian camps/retreat centers.  For 13 years Brad served as Township Administrator for Antrim Township in Greencastle, PA.  One of his spiritual gifts is acts of service. Brad and his wife Terri are the parents of two adult children.  He plays guitar and bass guitar. Enjoying God’s creation through kayaking, biking, and day-hiking are some of their favorite activities.  While serving as the volunteer director of a youth ministry Brad was known as the oldest kid and the biggest instigator. [email protected]

Casey Hurst

Pastor of Congregational Care

Casey joined the staff at Antrim in 2017 after serving as a health care and hospice chaplain for 10 years.  He loves pastoral care, prayer, and is excited to serve a caring congregation to further display and express the love of Christ to those in need – he is fond of saying that the Holy Spirit dwells within believers and that the Spirit often uses human touch, compassion, and service to show that presence powerfully.  Casey grew up in Southern Indiana and graduated from Purdue University in 2003 with a degree in Communication.  He earned his Masters of Divinity from Evangelical Theological Seminary, in Myerstown, PA, in 2009, as well as received specialized training in health and crisis ministry at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.  He is happily married to Mindy and they have three children (Ella, Maya, and Carter) who bring them great joy (as well as regular lessons on life and patience). [email protected]

Brent Hey

Director of Youth Ministry

Brent was born and raised in Chambersburg and grew up attending Antrim BIC Church with his family. While attending Pennsylvania College of Technology to pursue a degree in residential construction, he became involved with CRU, a student ministry branch of Campus Crusade for Christ. His personal walk with God and faith in Him was stretched and challenged many times as he learned to trust and rely on Him more and more. After graduating, Brent took a surprising life turn and accepted the position as Youth Director at Antrim BIC. In June 2013, he started working as the part-time, Youth Director. That position became full-time in 2015 as the Youth Ministry grew. Brent enjoys serving God in this capacity. Brent and his wife, Alicia, live in Chambersburg with their two children, Mabel and Emerson. [email protected]

Kendra Angle

Children’s Ministry Director

Kendra grew up attending Antrim with her family. She married Bryan in 2001 and they have three children:  Bryce, Kayla and Kacie. They enjoy taking family camping excursions together.  Kendra has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Communications from Shippensburg University.  Before starting a family, Kendra taught middle school and preschool at Shalom Christian Academy.  She has homeschooled all her children at varying levels of their education and currently serves as a homeschool evaluator.  Kendra has volunteered in Antrim’s Children’s Ministry teaching Sunday School and Wednesday Night Clubs.  She joined Antrim as Interim Volunteer Coordinator for Children’s Ministry in February 2022 and accepted the position of Children’s Ministry Director in May 2022. [email protected]

Emma Trobaugh

Nursery Coordinator

Emma has attended Antrim since 2014 and believes it is never too early to start teaching little ones about Jesus. She is currently working towards a Biblical Studies diploma from Liberty University while working part time as a Dental Assistant. Emma married her high school sweetheart, Dylane McCardell, in 2021. Together they enjoy caring for their new home and silver lab, Oakley. [email protected]

Natalie Campbell

Clearance Coordinator

Natalie was born and raised in Greencastle and she has attended Antrim since she was born. Her parents also attend Antrim. Natalie graduated in 2017 from Shippensburg University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources. She is married to Peyton Campbell, who has attended Antrim since 2017. Natalie joined Antrim BIC as our part-time Clearance Coordinator in 2018. [email protected]

Allison Trobaugh

Director of Women’s Ministries

Allison graduated from Liberty University with Multidisciplinary Degrees in Biblical Studies and Systematic Theology, Political Science and Spanish.  After working in the political and finance world, God called Allison to her favorite and most fulfilling roles of wife and mom.  She married Joe Trobaugh in 2001, and together they are raising three very active teenagers, Emma, Gracie, and Hutson. They also have an exchange student from China who occasionally comes ‘home’ from college, Colleen. Allison’s family enjoys time at the baseball field, volleyball court, and any sunny, sandy beach. They have attended Antrim since 2014 where Joe teaches God’s Word to teenage boys and Allison focuses on loving the women and encouraging them in their walk with the Lord. Her prayer is to make God known “as a rebuilder of walls and a restorer of homes.” Isaiah 58:12  [email protected]

Kim Miller

Facilities Use Manager

Kim grew up in Greencastle- Just 1 ½ miles from Antrim. He is 1 of 16 children. Kim and his wife, Bonnie were married in 1973 and 2 daughters, Tina & Stacy. Tina is married to Bryan Burkholder. They have 2 children, Laura and Eva. Stacy is married to Brian Britner. They have 3 children, Brody, Kiersten, and Maddie. Kim has attended Antrim his entire life and serves as an usher and is on the Property Management Team. His Background had been in the snack food business for 42 years, in several managerial positions. He has been Antrim’s facilities use manager since 2013. [email protected]

Tammy Weller

Web/Publication/Graphics Designer

Tammy married her husband, Joe, in 1985. They have two children. Their son, Christopher is married to Sabrina and they blessed the Weller’s with two grandchildren, Cole and Addison. Their daughter, Amanda is married to Andy and they blessed the family with two grandsons, James and Jacob. The Weller’s have attended Antrim BIC since 1997. Tammy held the position of Antrim’s Children’s Ministry Director for a couple of years, but mainly worked for over 30 years in banking and marketing. Tammy accepted the Office Administrator position at Antrim in 2013. In January 2022, Tammy moved to the Graphics Designer/Web Director position.  [email protected]

Kaitlyn Miller

Office Administrator 

Kaitlyn has lived in Franklin County her entire life and she has attended Antrim since she was born. Her parents and grandparents also attend Antrim. Kaitlyn married her husband, Brad, in 2007. They have three children, Ashlinn, Bentley, and Cabella. Kaitlyn has a certificate in Medical Billing and Coding. She started working part time in the office in 2014. In January 2022, Kaitlyn started her roll as Office Administrator. [email protected]

Melody Horvat

Office Assistant

Melody grew up on a farm in Sabillasville, MD bordering Catoctin Mountain Park. She moved to Shippensburg with her family in 2017 and started working as a caregiver and  job coach for people with disabilities. Melody is the youngest of seven and aunt to thirteen nieces and nephews. She loves spending time with her family and doing anything involving hiking, camping, or kayaking. Melody is a licensed cosmetologist and MHFA certified. She started attending Antrim in 2020 and was excited to accept the position of Office Assistant in December 2021.

Kevin Boyd

Lead Sound Tech

Kevin joined the Antrim BIC team in 2016. He takes care of our sound program including leading our sound volunteers.  [email protected]

Tony Johnson

Lead Live Stream/Projection Tech

Tony moved several times before settling in the Chambersburg area for junior high. He and his wife, Dawn, met at Camp Joy-El and have continued to be involved in that ministry. They were married in 1995. Their one son, Aaron, is getting married in June 2021. Tony has been a high school teacher for over 20 years at a local Christian school teaching subjects such as Christian apologetics and history. He is a Colson Fellow in Apologetics and loves to read. It is his desire, that in our visual culture, God’s truth is proclaimed effectively here at Antrim. [email protected]