Staff & Volunteers

Rev. Mwat Dominic Asedeh

Full Time Covenant Pastor

Pastor Mwat began his time of service as a missionary from Nigeria. He holds a BA degree from Jos ECWA Theological Seminary in Nigeria in Missions and Evangelism and an MDiv from Lancaster Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania. He has also served as an ordained clergy and field missionary in Gambia. He founded and ran a ministry, Ambul Ministries, based in Nigeria, with the goal to provide schooling for children in rural areas and economic freedom for youths.

He is experienced in cross-cultural and multicultural outreach and church planting. His passion for mission and outreach made him accept a chaplaincy position to ESL students at Wheatland Presbyterian Church Pennsylvania from 2021 to July 2022.

His interests include movies, reading and photography. He and his wife, Achsah, have been married since April 2017 and have two beautiful children: Dariah and Dominic Jr. They reside in Kennett Square, PA.

Contact Rev. Mwat:

Office Hours

Tue - Thu

9 am - 4 pm


9 am- 12 pm

Adrianna McCaw

Music Director

Adrianna McCaw is an accomplished pianist, vocalist, composer, and songwriter based in Chester County, PA. In May she graduated Summa Cum Laude from West Virginia University’s College of Creative Arts with a Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies degree with emphases in Music, Music Industry, Theatre, Religious Studies, and History. During her time at WVU she studied Music Composition, writing original chamber, choral, and solo pieces. For her Senior Capstone Project, Adrianna wrote, played, sang, and produced an original album of Contemporary Christian songs entitled Enough, which was released in July 2022.

On piano, she has accompanied both vocal and instrumental soloists, as well as numerous church, school, and university choirs, performing in places such as the Pennsylvania Capital Building and Hershey Park. Vocally, Adrianna has performed with the West Virginia University Women’s Choir, Community Choir, and auditioned Chamber Singers, as well as been featured as a vocalist in bands across eastern Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia. Her original choral pieces have been performed by multiple school and church choirs in the area, as well as by the West Virginia University Community Choir. Adrianna also has professional experience in private music education, currently teaching piano and voice lessons to a variety of students at Mattock School of Music in Chadds Ford, PA, as well as in the music and recording industry, working in a studio setting as a professional musician, vocalist, and producer.

Listen to Adrianna’s debut album Enough on YouTube here.

Jean Chamberlain

Contemporary Music Leader

Katie Harris

Technical Director

Jean Boyd