Meet Our Staff

Rev. Brian Plum

Pastor Brian Plum is presently serving as Pastor of St. Andrew UM and Lakeview UMC. Previously Pastor Brian has served as Pastor of Broad Street UMC in Weston WV, Calvary UMC and Mt. Clare UMC in Clarksburg, Enterprise UMC, Victor Chapel UMC and Christ Church UMC Shinnston. He answered his call into ministry in 2003 and was appointed to his first Church in June of 2004 with the Ten Mile UMC in Tallmansville WV. He attended Fairmont State College and Methodist Theological School in Ohio.  Pastor Brian has a passion for the “Kicks for Kids” shoe program. Over the past years, Pastor Brian has worked with the Churches to deliver new athletic shoes and winter coats to over 1600 kids in the local schools, along with a weekly backpack (food) ministry to the local transitional High School. Pastor Brian has been a board member of the Shinnston Food Pantry, supported Open Heart Ministries, and a board member with Our Neighbor food and clothing store in Weston.

Presently Brian resides with his wife Zondra in the Lakeview section of St. Albans WV. Brian and Zondra have 3 children and 6 grandchildren. His favorite Scripture verse is: Proverbs 3:5-6; “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart: and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths”.

Sheila Radochio
Minister of Congregational Care

Sheila, her husband John and their son William have been a part of St. Andrew since 2009, when they were invited by a friend of their daughter.  She loves to tell people about the small communities of Lost Creek and West Milford in Harrison County where she grew up and her faith in Christ first began. 

She has an Associates Degree in Gerontology from West Virginia State University.  In 2021 she decided to “finally listen to God’s call” and became a Certified Lay Servant, that same year she again decided to listen to that same voice and began the process of becoming a Certified Lay Minister which she completed in May 2022.  In June 2022, she became certified by the Midland South District and then went on to become certified in Congregational Care.  She has been serving in that capacity since July 2022.  In her free time she enjoys road trips with her husband and reading almost any genre.