Christopher Moore 

lead pastor

Chris comes to us from Indiana where he’s been a lifelong Hoosier! He brings with him a passion and enthusiasm for ministry based on his involvement in Student and Pastoral ministries for 25+ years. Chris is excited to work the with people of Salem to glorify by fostering a Biblical, disciple-making community in and around Chambersburg. Though a ‘partial’ Hoosier herself, Brenda grew up in nearby Greencastle and moved to Indiana following her graduation from Huntington University. Chris and Brenda have been involved in ministry together since marrying in 1990, though she has spent the last 25 years overseeing accounting operations in several locations for an international insurance organization. They joined the Salem Church family in October of 2021.  They have one daughter, Rachel, who is currently working as an RN in Dallas, TX. The Moore’s have worked extensively overseas as well, leading a foster care ministry in Belize, Central America, that served the needs of abused and abandoned children. 



Spencer Cormany

director of worship

Spencer plans and leads musical worship at Salem. 

He lives in Chambersburg – where he grew up. 
He started leading worship when he was 13 and has been involved in leading worship in a variety of contexts since. 
In 2015, Spencer graduated from Liberty University with a bachelor’s degree in Religion and a minor in Biblical Studies. 
Since graduating, he’s been leading worship at churches in the Chambersburg area. 
In addition to leading worship, he also runs a website that aims to resource worship leaders to lead well in their local churches. (www.leadingworshipwell.com
He joined the Salem staff in October 2020. 
Here are a few things Spencer believes about worship: 
I believe that worship is the reason that we were created. 
Our sole purpose in life is to point to the worthiness of God. 
I believe that worship is not confined to music.
We are able to point to God’s worth in all areas of our lives – through how we work, how we interact with our family and friends, how we rest, through our spiritual disciplines, and – yes – musically worshiping God as well.
I believe that worship is not confined to Sunday mornings.
Because it is possible to worship God in all areas of our life, our worship is not confined to 1 hour a week on Sunday mornings. We have 168 hours a week to fulfill our purpose of worshiping God.

Office Administrator

Salem is currently looking for our next Office Administrator who will help Salem move forward by overseeing office functions and communication among the various staff and areas of ministry. If you have an interest in this job/ministry, please email pastor Chris!

Jeana Wilmot


Jeana Wilmot has been the Salem Office Manager since February 2000.   She handles the day to day office duties, facility & vehicle rentals, bookkeeping, bulletin assembly and any other miscellaneous duties that come her way.  Jeana has served in a variety of ministries at the church, and has the record of longest service ever by any church staff member!  She is also the official secretary for our Administrative Board, and keeper of church records and history.
Jeana grew up in Florida and Georgia, but has lived in Franklin County most of her adult life.  She has been married to Tim, a Marine helicopter pilot and Assistant District Attorney for Franklin County since 1985.  Tim and Jeana have three young adult children, Joey, a school teacher in New Jersey, Steven, a maintenance technician at Menno Haven, and Abigail, a college student and Lacrosse champion!
Interesting fact about Jeana: Because of her husband’s military service, she has attended three different colleges along the way!
Jeana enjoys traveling with her family, reading mystery novels, attending lacrosse matches, & going to the gym with her husband, Tim.