Phil Henry

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Pastor Phil Henry is an ordained Presbyterian minister and moved to Sewell, NJ, in 2009.

Phil and his wife Polly have been married for nearly 20 years and have six children. They were college sweethearts.

Phil studied Biology and Secondary Science Education as an undergraduate student and his first vocation out of college was as a middle and high school science teacher.

After teaching for several years, he resigned and moved to California to attend Westminster Theological Seminary. Phil graduated in 1999 with the M.Div. and was ordained as a minister of the Gospel in 2000.

Phil's first pastoral call (or parish) was in north central Illinois. He and Polly then followed their parents to Tucson, Arizona, where Phil served as a youth pastor in a church plant until 2006. Prior to their move to New Jersey, Phil served as a science teacher in Tucson for the 2007-08 school year. 

Brent Kilman


Brent is Mercy Hill's assistant pastor. Brent is a graduate of RTS Orlando and has been a pastor in New Jersey since 2009. He and his wife Juli live in Glassboro, NJ with their son, Eben.  He is now working to start Reformed University Fellowship on the campus of Rowan University.


Tiffany Johnston


Adam Moore



Tiffany is Mercy Hill’s Ministry Coordinator. She grew up in Orlando, Florida and attended the University of Central Florida where she received her undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. After graduation she relocated to New York City for a year where she worked with international college students, strolled through Central Park on a daily basis & ate too many bagels.

Adam Moore is a project manager who enjoys music, podcasting and Philadelphia sports.  He joined Mercy Hill in November 2013, and now leads worship on Sunday mornings and is a ruling elder.  He and his wife Nicole have 3 children in training for the Kingdom.



Mercy Hill PCA Session

Mercy Hill organized as a church on April 24, 2016.  We received Phil Henry (far left) as our Pastor.  During that service we also ordained our first ruling elders (second from left) Scott Leary, Adam Moore and Will Bausch.