Staff

Gregg R. Meserole - Senior Minister (E-mail)

 

As transplants to Hagerstown, my wife, Katherine and I have been blessed by God’s call to come to this church and this area! While our hearts are putting down roots in Hagerstown, nonetheless we still enjoy summer family reunions in Vermont, watching videos of our grandchildren, and hearing those marvelous words, “Pappy” or “Gigi” over the phone or as we visit our children in their (all too far away!) homes. While deeply enjoying ‘growing people of faith’ in our ministry here, we also delight in sharing meals with folks in our home, walks along the canal or in our neighborhood, and reading lots of books.

Karen Stamper - Secretary (E-mail)

 

When I was a young girl, I used to go to my parents’ office and pretend that I was the secretary.  Over the years, my desire for perfection, order, and office details grew.  For almost 9 years now I have tried to show the members (and friends) of Christ’s Reformed Church my love for God and for doing my best for Him in the church office.

Moira O'Brien - Director of Music

 

Moira is a New Jeresy native who studied Speech and Theatre at Kean University in New Jersey. A Professional Singer, she has appeared with Michigan Opera Theatre, Lansing Lyric Opera, as well as soloist for the Detroit area Cable T.V Mass for shut-ins. Since moving to this area she has sung with Opera Bel Canto D.C. as well as Amici Oprea P.A., most recently as Queen Isabella in Cristoforo Colombo. While in Michigan she studied at The University Of Michigan with Dr. Tim Cheek. She is coached in voice by Metropolitain Opera Singer Cristoforo Padula. Before coming to Christ's Reformed UCC, she was the Arts Director for Bethel Lutheran in Frederick, MD.

Cheryl Wilson - Organist

 

I feel that my mission here is to create music to enhance your worship experience and to help prepare the way for God's word. Using music to break barriers where words sometimes can't reach.   Sharing music in ways where you will feel God's presence.

Margaret Bussard - Part-time Custodian

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