1213 West Chew Street
Allentown, PA 18102
Sundays at 4:00pm
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|Tom and Carolyn Albright lead Ripple, an emerging, Anabaptist, missional community in Allentown, PA. They moved to the city in 2009, leaving their home in the suburbs of the Lehigh Valley to follow God’s call to urban ministry. Tom is an ordained Mennonite pastor within Franconia Conference and a full time high school career counselor for special needs youth. Carolyn is a fourth grade public school teacher; she is also a pastor and is pursuing credentialing. Both are trained spiritual directors and the parents of two 20-something children.|
|Angela Moyer joined the pastoral team at Ripple in 2012 after serving for six years as youth pastor at Rockhill Mennonite Church. She is also an occupational therapist in Early Intervention at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital. She graduated from Elizabethtown College in 2001 with a BS in Occupational Therapy and from Eastern Mennonite Seminary in 2012 with an M.Div. Angela lives in an intentional community in downtown Allentown and finds passion in cultivating Christian faith with the children of the low-income, multi-ethnic, urban population in Allentown. Angela enjoys spending time with her niece and nephews, being outdoors, and cheering on the Philadelphia Phillies.|
|Ben Walter grew up in Selinsgrove, PA located in central Pennsylvania. After high school he joined the Army infantry for three years and was stationed in Washington and Korea. He received a B.S. in nutrition from Penn State in 2001 and a M.Div. from Biblical Theological Seminary in 2011. His interests include theology, social justice, and politics. Ben enjoys listening to music, reading, lifting weights, and conversations over good coffee. Some of his favorite musicians are Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, The Flobots, Jurassic 5, and Breakestra. His favorite authors include Henri Nouwen, James Cone, and Justo Gonzalez, among others.|
|Ben joined the pastoral team at Ripple in December 2011, after serving for eight years as a volunteer youth worker at Selinsgrove Church of the Nazarene.|