Senior Pastor
Hi! I’m so glad you are interested in finding out about what God is doing here at Salem UB Church and who God has chosen to serve here.  Let me tell you a bit about myself.
I grew up in a small town in northwest Indiana in a faithful church-going family where there were plenty of opportunities to hear about Christ.  I came to faith early in life and made a public profession of faith following summer camp when I was 13 years old.  As a child, I was interested in design, played with legos all the time, and always envisioned my future self as an architect.  I was headed that direction in high school, taking drafting classes as electives, when God impressed on my heart that He wanted me to help people through my future vocation (in other ways than designing houses for them).
So, I went to Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI and began studying social work.  While taking a month-long course on 3rd world development in Honduras, God impressed on me that while the temporal physical needs of many are great, He was calling me to help address the eternal spiritual needs of people.  So, I switched my course of study, earning a B.A. in sociology and taking courses to prepare me for further ministry training.
While in college I met a beautiful and incredible young woman named Julie.  After dating for three years we were married the summer after college and moved to Nashville, TN.  There I was blessed to work for a social service agency, offering small groups and community service opportunities to immigrant and refugee teens in a local middle school and high school.  Though that was a good experience, I was still limited in my ability to address the spiritual needs of people.  So, Julie and I moved to Dallas, TX, where I attended Dallas Theological Seminary, earning a Master of Theology degree in pastoral leadership.
In May of 2007 Julie and I moved to Chambersburg, PA and I started my work as associate pastor here at Salem.  Our first child was born 2 months later.  The last 12 years have been wonderfully fulfilling both in my role as pastor and as father.  I have enjoyed getting to know so many newcomers to our church and helping them become a part of our faith family – -learning what it means to follow Christ and make a difference in this world for Him.  And, I love being a dad to my two daughters (ages 11 & 8) and twin sons (age 5).  We are a family who gets outside together as often as possible-riding bikes, playing at parks, hiking, and kayaking.  I also enjoy singing and acting when I get a chance.“Our first child was born 2 months later”: “I was pleased to be stationed as senior pastor in July of 2018 after the current senior pastor retired and I’m looking forward to leading Salem forward as God directs.”


Youth Pastor, Director of Children,Youth & Welcome Ministry
Daryl (a.k.a. “Slugg”) directs our high-energy, ever-growing ministry to youth to Build Youth 4 Christ.  He recruits, trains, and encourages adult volunteers to lead youth into maturity in Christ in God’s high-energy, ever-growing youth ministry at Salem.
Our purpose here at One Way Youth Ministry is this:  “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.”  (1Timothy 4:12)
Slugg and his wife Mindy live in nearby Chambersburg with their son Brandon and daughter Ashley.  They love spending time with family, going to the beach, sporting events, camping, and hanging out with friends.
Slugg has been attending Salem since 2003 and has been on staff full time since March 18, 2007.
Some things Slugg would like to share with you – our internet friend:
  • I thank GOD every day for loving us, not giving up on us, and most importantly having His Son die for us on the cross for our sins  and calling us His children.
  • I believe that life is a blessing and that God has blessed us with family, friends, and this thing called laughter to get us through each day until the day He returns to take us home.
  • I try to follow a simple instruction in my personnel life as well as a Youth Pastor for God and it goes like this…my order of priorities:  “GOD-FAMILY-CHURCH”
  • By living by this simple instruction of GOD-FAMILY-CHURCH and implementing it here at One Way Youth Ministry we will remain  healthy as His servants, love our families that God has given us, invest into our youth with His WORD within His Church so we can GO (and receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on us); and we can be His witnesses in our own home town, and to the ends of the earth.
Many blessings to you all.

Jeana Wilmot

Salem Office Manager

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.