Rev. Daniel K. Eisenberg
Daniel Eisenberg grew up in the small town of Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Gordon College in 2008 majoring in Biblical and Theological Studies. In 2014, Daniel graduated from the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (now United Lutheran Seminary).
Daniel served his first call at Saint Bartholomew Lutheran Church in Trenton, NJ until 2018. Daniel also served as the secretary of the United Mercer Interfaith Organization from 2015-2018. He currently serves as a member of the Economic Dignity Team as part of POWER Interfaith.
Daniel is married to his spouse, Emily and they have a daughter, Eve. In his free time, Daniel enjoys tabletop gaming, beer brewing, cooking, and reading.
Patrick graduated from Hillsdale College in 2014 with a B.A. in Music concentrated in Composition. Since graduation, he has worked as a substitute teacher for the Ridley School District and Holy Child Academy of Drexel Hill, and as a private piano/voice instructor. Theatre has also been early love of Patrick and he continues to participate in it through music direction and playing in orchestra pits in educational, community, and professional settings.
Jackie has served as an administrative assistant for over 30 years. She joined the staff of Saint John's in May of 2018. She is the mother of one son and has a large immediate family. She is happy to be part of Saint John’s and learning about the Lutheran faith.
Gina began her career at St. John’s Preschool in September 2015. She holds an associates degree in early childhood education as well as a bachelors degree in early childhood administrative. Gina is happily married to her husband, Phil, and they have two wonderful boys, Joey and Louka. Gina has worked in the early childhood setting for over 10 years. She has known from the very beginning that she wanted to work with the younger ages children as she was very active in the community with local camps and other programs. Gina is looking forward to building our program to be one of the best in the northeast area!
Donald L. Wallace III
Donald grew up in the Tacony section of Philadelphia and attended Redeemer Lutheran School. Don’s Careers have included auto body work, property management, non-profit work for the Boy Scouts of America, and served as an Assistant Teacher. Don’s Education includes program director for BSA, an Associates in Liberal Arts and Education, and is currently a Senior at Holy Family University majoring in Art Therapy. Don has been involved in Scouting for over 40 years and has served as Scout Master of Troop 155 for 25 years. His hobbies include sailing, swimming, surfing, hunting, music, collecting, making art, gardening, cycling, automotive, camping, hanging out with friends, and sleeping under the stars.