Rev. Timothy Scoonover

Pastor and Head of Staff

A native of Knoxville, Tennessee, Timothy graduated from the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science in Human Services. He received his Masters of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts, where he was awarded as the Walters Preaching Scholar. Timothy has served as Middle School Youth Director at Second Presbyterian Church in Knoxville, Tennessee, and most recently he served as the Associate Pastor of Youth and Missions at First Presbyterian Church of Thomasville, Georgia. Timothy married his high school sweetheart, Ashley, and they have two sons, Cooper and Micah. 



Director of Spiritual Formation


A Moncks Corner native, Angeline returned to her hometown after receiving her degree from the University of South Carolina. After volunteering at our church and feeling the gradual and gentle tug toward ministry. She worked with the youth and children’s ministries, while also working in retail in Mt. Pleasant. In 2015, her sense of call became a little clearer when she started serving on the newly formed Mission Ministry Team at FPC. In January of 2018, she approached the leadership of our church to help her discern a more formal call to ministry. Shortly thereafter, our previous Director of Spiritual Formation announced that he was leaving to plant a church, creating an opening and perfect opportunity for Angeline. With our support, she enrolled in the Forge Network online cohort--a training program to live a missionary in your immediate context. During the summer of 2018, the Director of Spiritual formation position opened at our FPC; it was a match designed by the Holy Spirit. We can confidently say that God has prepared Angeline “for such a time as this” (which happens to be her favorite Bible verse - Esther 4:14).

Angeline is married to Sam. They are an active family, along with Clay (12), Lilly (10), a dog, a cat, 100,000 bees, and 11 chickens. They love the outdoors, hanging out on the boat and spending quiet afternoons on the porch.


Sally Harvey


Born in South Carolina and reared in Ohio, Sally returned “home” to live with her grandparents in Columbia where she began work at The State newspaper. After working as Secretary to the Human Resource Director at University Hospital in Augusta, she began a 20 year career at Mead Westvaco. She worked there as secretary to the HR Manager, Administrative Assistant to the Vice President and Environmental Education/Public Relations Coordinator. She came to us in 2003. Sally and her husband, Dale, have three children and three grandchildren, two of whom are twins. Sally is an active member of the New Hope United Methodist Church and enjoys singing, gardening, antiques, and spending time at the lake.



Digital Information Manager

After many years of working as clerk typist to administrative assistant to webmaster, Lisa has worked in printing, government/military, banking, accounting, church, marketing and graphic design. Lisa has been church bookkeeper, newsletter writer/editor and website assistant. She was also web developer for St. John’s Christian Academy for several years. Lisa also assists her husband, Sean, in his business as a landscape designer and consultant, maintaining his accounting, website and creating graphics and related brochures, signage and other designs.

Lisa joined our staff in 2018 as Digital Information Manager, working on the church’s website, accounting and member database.

A Georgia native, Lisa grew up in Conyers and worked for many years in downtown Atlanta. Lisa married her husband, Sean in 1988 and they moved their family to South Carolina in 2003, first living in Goose Creek and then Moncks Corner. They have three children, all adopted from Asia: Dori from China, Adam from Vietnam and Kate from Mongolia. Sean and Lisa attend Reality Church in Goose Creek. Lisa enjoys reading mysteries, watching classic movies, acrylic painting and other crafts. She also has two fur-babies, Jasmine and Desiree, both Ragdoll cats.


Tony Dunlap

Director of Music

Tony has been the Director of Music at our church for 20 years. A native of Donalds, South Carolina, he graduated from Erskine College in 1977 (A.B., Music) with a concentration in piano and voice. He earned a Master of Music Education from Winthrop University in 1981. He did extensive post-graduate study at the University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati Conservatory). Tony taught music at all levels in the public schools for 20 years. Tony serves as Musical Director at the Abbeville Opera House and enjoys performance and directing. He has two grown children, a son and a daughter.