Pastor Luke Miller

Pastor Luke is originally from Altoona, PA.   Although he grew up in a Christian family, Luke did  not make a personal decision and follow the Lord until his college years at Penn State.  After a time of drifting, the Holy Spirit led him to surrender to Christ as Lord and Savior and imparted to him a deep love of His Word.

 

Luke was led to preach at a small Salvation Army Church and eventually to minister at The Bowery Mission on the Lower East Side  of Manhattan in New York.  After a time, God called him back to Pennsylvania where he assisted in planting a church in State College.  Luke had no idea what God had in store for him and his family,  but was sure of his call as a pastor.  Through the following years, Luke served as pastor at Bread of Life Baptist church and for five years, served as counselor at The Salvation Army.

 

God used all of these experiences to shape him to become more like Christ while preparing him to shepherd His church.  As pastor  of Calvary Chapel Cumberland, it is Luke’s joy to teach the Bible chapter by chapter, verse by verse, and it is his passion to see His people grow in the knowledge of Christ while being transformed into His image.  Luke sees his role here as equipping the saints for the work of ministry (Ephesians 4:12).

 

Luke is blessed to have by his side, his wife, Alexandra, whom he met while in college, and his three sons: Jesse, Michael, and Isaac.  May Christ receive all the honor and glory through His church


staff and leadership

  • JordOn Stanley

    Director, Broken Chains Ministry

    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.


  • Aaron Mohler

    Worship Leader

    Born in 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 prayer.