Steve received his Master of Divinity in 1979 from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. After serving as pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Centerville TN, Steve came to Chapel in 1985, and has served as our pastor ever since. He is madly in love with his wife Nancy, and they have three grown married daughters, three outstanding sons-in-law, and the finest grandchildren on the planet. Steve is also a big fan of the works of George Frideric Handel, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Eric Patrick Clapton.





Tom is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio and has degrees from Geneva College, Covenant Theological Seminary, and Indiana University. He has served as a pastor in Minnesota and Indiana, and joined the Chapel staff in 2013. He also teaches courses in Geneva College’s Adult Degree Completion program. He has been married to Beth Ann since 1988, and they have three children: Taylor, Andrew and Emily. Tom enjoys reading and writing (but not arithmetic), along with baseball, outdoor exercise, dating Beth Ann, and thoughtful conversation. You can read his meditations and musings at



Erin grew up in Greenville, SC, and after graduating from Covenant College, worked as a tax accountant for 12 years in both Philadelphia and St. Louis.  The Kickasolas moved to western PA in 2012, when Erin’s husband, Matt, joined the faculty at Geneva College.  An accountant by profession, her passion is covenant children, and she is blessed to serve the Lord in this capacity at Chapel.  Erin and Matt have two young sons, Andrew and Micah.  She enjoys spending time with her boys (all three of them), entertaining in her home, Cardinals baseball, and traveling to see extended family.

Michael is from Erie, PA but has grown up in many other states as well. He’s a student at Geneva College where he's pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Biblical studies and a minor in student ministry. He is currently serving as the youth director. He mainly enjoys sitting and chatting, especially if there is coffee involved. Otherwise, he enjoys walking in nature, playing video games, and watching wrasslin’.