Jordon grew up here in Cumberland. After attending a faith-based discipleship program to overcome addiction, he attended Joshua Springs Bible College in Yucca, California, where he met Megan. In 2017, shortly after completing school, Jordon and Megan married and returned to Cumberland. Seeing a need in the community, Jordon began the addiction-based Broken Chains Bible Study. This ministry has since branched out and grown into the Broken Chains Discipleship Program. Megan oversees the Children’s Ministry here at Calvary Chapel Cumberland. The two of them are excited to see where God will lead them in the future.
Frederick, Maryland, raised in both Cumberland and Frederick, Aaron can claim
both cities as his hometown. Restored from drug addiction and led to the
Lord by a British Jail Chaplain when he was 26 years old, Aaron openly shares
his testimony so others can hear of the transforming power of a relationship
with Jesus and the study of God’s Word. In 2015, he married Meg whom he
met singing worship songs at an open mic night at a coffee shop. Meg
serves Calvary Chapel Cumberland with her gifts in graphics and media as well as in the children's ministry.
Aaron and Meg are blessed with three boys: Cameron, Owen, and Benjamin.
The Mohler family is dedicated to serving the Lord with worship and