The team at a recent Staff Retreat to plan and have some fun!
About Our Staff
The Rev. Dr. Johann J. Bosman
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The Reverend Dr. Johann J. Bosman is the Lead Pastor of Community Congregational Church in Short Hills, NJ. Johann holds Masters Degrees in Psychology and Theology, as well as a Doctorate in Ministry from Princeton Theological Seminary. In the past year he expanded Community Church’s outreach initiatives in neighboring Irvington through monthly food and educational programs. Johann also provides executive coaching, counseling, leadership and career consultation services for teenagers and adults. Johann is married to his wife, Hannelie, and they have three children: Hennie, Willem, and Helene. The family enjoys traveling together and outdoor activities like diving and hiking.
The Rev. Jennifer Testa Hrynyk
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Jennifer began at Community Church as the Assistant Pastor in 2005 and, in February 2015 was called to the position of Pastor, with her installation on March 15, 2015. She holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology from The College of New Jersey, with minors in Religion and Italian, having spent a semester in Florence, Italy. She earned her Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, and is pursuing a Doctor of Ministry at Candler School of Theology at Emory University. She holds dual standing in the United Church of Christ and the Presbyterian Church (USA). Jennifer lives in Springfield, NJ with her husband John, who teaches high school Psychology in the Morris Hills Regional District in Denville, NJ. They enjoy spending time with their families and friends, and traveling.
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Linda Langstaff has diverse experience in a variety of settings, from the U.S. Senate to a Wall Street firm. Prior to joining the staff at Community Church, she was the Office Administrator at the United Methodist Church in Madison. She has also worked as a freelance writer, editor and desktop publisher, and was the Director of Music at Union Village United Methodist Church for several years. Linda has a B.A. in music and pursued a graduate degree in Theory and Composition at the University of Maryland.
Director of Music Ministries
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Brian Dailey teaches music for the Morris-Union Jointure Commission, working with children and young adults with autism. In the summer months he acts as program director at Oak Crest Day Camp in Somerset. He joined the CCC chancel choir in December of 1991.
Youth Program Coordinator
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