• Henry Knapp

    Senior Pastor

    Henry joined the staff as Co-Pastor in 2019 and transitioned into the position of Senior Pastor on September 1, 2021. He became a believer while a student at Carnegie Mellon University, and then received a call during his graduate study years to join the CCO staff at Bellefield Church at Pitt. After years of working with college students, he then attended Gordon-Conwell Seminary and Calvin Theological Seminary to acquire his M.Div. and PhD in Historical Theology. He comes to Hebron after serving for 18 years as Associate Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Beaver where his focus was adult discipleship, Christian education, teaching/preaching and overseeing international missions. He loves the outdoors, reading, traveling, family time, and cheering on all Pittsburgh sport teams. Henry and his wife, Kelly, live in Wilkins Twp. and have two adult children—Sabrina and Jason. 

    Email Henry

  • Dan Bender

    DIRECTOR OF family life ministries

    Danny Bender (Dan, DB, that guy, etc.) returns to Hebron Church after more than a decade of serving churches in Nebraska, Wisconsin and western Pennsylvania. He holds a degree in student ministry from Geneva College and an MDiv from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. Over the years, Danny has developed a specialty in Adult Christian Education and Next Generation Ministry. He also completed training to become a Certified Ministry Coach. Danny is excited to come back “home” and invest back in the community that helped him from a young age.


    Danny and his wife, Leah, have been married since 2010 and have three very active boys Leah homeschools in the homeschool hybrid academy they attend. Email Dan


  • jerry zeilstra

    Director of Christian Education

    Jerry Zeilstra came on staff in 1988. He now serves as Director of Christian Education. He graduated from Geneva College and has taken a number of courses at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He lives in Penn Hills and loves playing the role of “Pa” to six little ones. Email Jerry

  • Amy Warner

    Traditional and Children's Worship Leader

    Amy has been the Music Director at Hebron since 1994, having come straight from Grove City College with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education. After 6 years of full-time employment, Amy moved into a part-time position in 2000. Amy plans and leads worship in the Traditional services, directs the Chancel & Bell Choirs and leads the Worship Time during Kidz Club. Amy lives in Penn Hills with her family, Rob, Tim, and Abby. Email Amy

  • Brendan Conaway

    Worship Leader

    Brendan, a gifted musician and artist, is the Worship Leader for our 9:00 service. When he isn’t serving musically at Hebron, he is known as the Pittsburgh Painter Guy, creating amazing works of art including that phenomenal mural in the stairway of the Children’s Wing. Brendan lives in Plum with his wife, Tara, and daughter, Cecilia. Email Brendan.

  • Gus Anderson


    Gus is a Certified Public Accountant whose previous experience with non-profits includes Director of Finance at the Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland and Chief Financial Officer at LifeBank, inc. Gus is married to Lora Lee and they have four children and four grandchildren. In his spare time Gus loves to golf. Email Gus

  • Jodie Skanderson

    office manager

    Jodie is a life-long Pittsburgher. She has a heart for meal ministries and helping others. She also enjoys reading and is a Pittsburgh Penguins fan. She has a degree in Medical Office Administration. Jodie and her husband, John, live in Penn Hills with their son, Alex. Email Jodie

  • Dianne Jozwick

    Administrative Assistant

    Before coming to Hebron Dianne worked in the computer field for most of her career. She graduated from Duquesne University with a Psychology degree and a minor in Mathematics. She also has a Master of Science in Information Science and Telecommunications from the University of Pittsburgh. She enjoys working on her 100-year-old home in Forest Hills, skiing, bike riding, and spending time in the mountains. Email DIanne

  • Ethel Keim

    Secretary and Organist

    Ethel has worked in various positions at Hebron for many years. After she and her husband joined Hebron in 1963, she began using her musical talents by substituting at the organ and playing during worship services. Ethel began to work in the church office in the early 1990s. In addition to serving as part-time church secretary, she serves as organist at the traditional services, Chancel Choir accompanist, and wedding coordinator. Ethel has two sons, four grandchildren, and resides in Penn Hills.