Hunter is serving as our designated minister. Besides his work with St. John's, Hunter works full-time as a chaplain and a Psychosocial Manager with a local hospice agency. He lives near Atlantic City with his partner and his two adopted cats. He is passionate about helping St. John's continue to grow into a welcoming home for all people. Hunter likes to say that St. John's is a church where you "don't have to check your brain at the door." Hunter strives to infuse his sermons and services with thoughtful, innovative theology and humor. Hunter completed his Master of Divinity degree at Yale Divinity School.
Topics Hunter likes to talk about: The Golden Girls, Theology and Food.
If you would like to contact Hunter directly, please visit our contact page for options to reach us.
Sharon has had a long history with St. John's which began when she started Sunday school at the age of four. Growing up in Galloway Township, Sharon was baptized and confirmed at St. John's and is a graduate of Cologne Elementary School and Oakcrest High School. She earned a BA degree from Douglass College of Rutgers University.
After working as a Claims Representative for the Social Security Administration for over 27 years, Sharon took advantage of the opportunity to retire early and worked as a substitute teacher in the Galloway Township school system for three years. When Sharon’s husband opened his own business in 2004, she worked with him until 2012.
Sharon currently works as Office Administrator at St. John's since 2012 and serves as Treasurer. She is an active member of Altar Guild, Woman's Guild, and the Special Occasion Choir. Residing in Galloway Township with her husband Damian and their cat Daphne, Sharon’s favorite pastime is quilt making.
Susan Camuso was born and raised in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, in the Philadelphia suburbs. Sue was educated in the North Penn School District, attended Gwynedd Mercy College, and spent most of her professional life working as a technical writer for software development companies and financial institutions.
Sue's church affiliation has always been with the United Church of Christ. She was baptized and confirmed at Heidelberg UCC in Hatfield, PA, where she sang in the choir and played the piano for special services, assisted in teaching Sunday School, served as a Deacon, and later as an Eldar. She also served several terms as Consistory President. When an unexpected need arose for a new Music Director, the Search Committee requested that she take the position - briefly delaying her start date, to enable her to take a few organ lessons! The arrangement was agreeable to all, and Sue remained in that position for almost 25 years.
Sue and her husband moved to Mays Landing in early 2021. She thought her organ-playing days were likely over, but shortly after she began attending St. John's, there was a need for an organist. She finds herself happily at the organ again and enjoys working with St. John's "Special Occasion Choir" for special services and events.