Scott Rambo, Senior Pastor
Scott is husband to Meg and dad to four boys; Tim, Ben, Josiah and Eli. He grew up in South Jersey, graduated from Asbury College with a B.A. in Media Communications and earned an M.Div. from Wesley Biblical Seminary. Scott has served at Trinity UMC, in Mullica Hill, since 2017, as an associate Pastor. Prior to joining the staff at Trinity, Scott and Meg served in Uganda with World Gospel Mission. He loves to see people engage their faith and be empowered to respond to God's work in their lives. Scott is a reader, runner, guitarist, Philly sports fan, coffee lover and rides a motorcycle.
Scott began his ministry at FUMC on July 1, 2021.
Shawn Zook, Pastoral Assistant for Outreach and Youth
Shawn Zook is a husband to Nicole and father of 4 amazing kids. Most importantly, his life has been transformed by God, and now he has the privilege to see many other lives being transformed too. He graduated in 2000 from Lancaster Bible College, and is currently working on a Master’s degree from Regent University.
He has been at FUMC since 2004, building up teenagers, leading music, and has a great heart passion to reach the community and beyond for Jesus. He is ridiculously grateful for the joy and fullness of a life with Jesus, and loves the blessings of time with family, good food and conversation with friends, and hiking, backpacking, or anything outdoors.
Pat Gunning, Children’s Program Director
Pat is a person who loves Jesus with all her heart and is willing to do anything to show anyone especially boys and girls Jesus loves them too! Pat has served at FUMC guiding our children and children’s ministry since May 2016.
Pat Gunning has been a local here to Collingswood. Pat graduated from Collingswood High School and Asbury College in Wilmore, Kentucky. She also earned a Master’s in Curriculum and Supervision at Rutgers University while teaching full time in Camden. Pat taught 1st through 3rd grades for twelve years. Then she served as principal at Woodlynne School for twenty-five GREAT years before retiring. Upon Pat’s retirement a brand new library was named in her honor and the children gave her a teary but tremendous send off.
She loves to cook and entertain, do all kinds of crafts including woodworking and counted cross stitch. She thoroughly enjoys traveling and has been to many places around the world. She says she is continuously blessed by a tremendous God who gives her the opportunity to serve.