A portrait of Moses Van Campen as Elder of the Presbyterian Church of Angelica was rediscovered March 1, 2013.
"The History of the Presbytery of Steuben: Including that of all the other Presbyteries to which the churches of Steuben and Allegany Counties have belonged, notices of ministers, elders, and missionaries, sketches of the existing churches of Presbytery, and over one hundred illustrations." by Rev. James A. Miller, Ph. D., published 1897, included this portait of Moses Van Campen.
On May 6, 1812, Moses Van Campen, Margaret Van Campen, Prudence Johnson, David Chamberlain, Elizabeth Chamberlain, and James Renwick, under the leadership of Rev. John Niles of Bath, NY, organized the Presbyterian Church in Angelica, NY. Moses Van Campen was then elected and ordained ruling Elder. He served in this capacity from 1812 to 1831.