Associate Minister for Congregational Life
and Acting Head of Staff
Erin is from the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina. She is the granddaughter of tobacco farmers and spent the majority of her childhood surrounded by her large extended family, either on her grandmotherís farm, or hiking along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Her rich childhood shaped her faith significantly; to this day her understanding of God is one deeply rooted in devotion and community.
Erin graduated magna cum laude from Elon University with a B.A. in Religious Studies and a minor in Womenís Studies. In 2005 she was named Religious Scholar of the year by Elon faculty and her research on women in ministry in the Presbyterian Church USA was presented at numerous conferences. She was the student director of Elon campus chapel, and President of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. Erin attended seminary at Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia where she graduated with her M.Div. Prior to her ordination in the Presbyterian Church (USA) Erin was heavily involved in the non-profit sector, working with the Regional Council of Churches and the Interfaith Childrenís Network. In 2009 Erin moved to Manhattan where she worked with the Interfaith Community, addressing the spiritual and communal needs of Jewish/Christian couples and families, and in 2010 she began her ministerial career at the Brick Presbyterian Church before coming to the First Presbyterian Church of Greenwich.
Erinís writing and sermons have been published by the Young Clergywomanís Project, Feminist Studies in Religion, and The Journal for Preachers. Erin enjoys photography, creative conversation, and spending time either back home in the Appalachian Mountains or at the beach in her new home in Greenwich. To email: click here
Director of Family Ministries
Abby was raised in northern New Jersey, where her faith journey started on a church mission trip at the age of 15.
After graduating with a Youth Ministry and Biblical Studies degree from Eastern University in St. Davids, PA., she moved to Connecticut in 2008 and began serving at Noroton Presbyterian Church in Darien. Her time there influenced her philosophy of ministry and deepened her passion for serving God and others.
Abby joined FPCG in September 2013. She resides in Norwalk and enjoys spending time with friends and loved ones, reading a good book, cooking and baking new things, and being outdoors whenever she can. Phone: 203-869-8686 x119. To email, click here.
Minister of Music & Organist
Randall Atcheson was a child prodigy who excelled at both piano and organ, and began university-level music instruction at the age of twelve. Atcheson later became the only student in the history of the Juilliard School ever allowed to pursue, and receive, simultaneous degrees in piano and organ performance. After winning the first Juilliard Organ Competition, he made his Carnegie Hall debut in 1991 and was soon added to the distinguished international roster of Steinway Artists. Renowned for his masterful performances of sacred music, the classics and pop, Atcheson has recorded 16 albums, highlighted by his unique arrangements of hymns on the album, Amazing Grace. An artist who frequently plays gospel concerts thoughout the country, he has been a featured guest on the nationally televised Gala of Stars from Radio City Music Hall and has performed at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. In addition to appearing as guest soloist with numerous symphony orchestras, he has also served as both orchestral conductor and soloist in performances of various Mozart concerti. With an extraordinary gift that he openly credits to his Heavenly Father, he raises well-crafted music to a higher level. To email: click here
Director of Membership
Since 1996 Judy has served as a volunteer in various capacities on the Membership Committee including two terms as an Elder and becoming its Director in 2005. She grew up in a small Ohio town as a Presbyterian and has belonged to four other Presbyterian Churches in different cities before moving to Greenwich in 1980 and joining FPCG. Judy earned a Bachelorís degree from the University of Michigan and a Masterís degree from Columbia University. She and her husband, David, have two children and five grandchildren, all of whom live nearby. To email: click here
Director of Communications
Following a long and successful New York City publishing career focusing on travel, Anastasia (Stasha) Mills Healy is thrilled and honored to be the information source for the rich life of this church. Stasha crafts communications for the church ranging from weekly e-mail newsletters to brochure and web site copy. She first came to the FPCG in 1980, was confirmed here, and married here. Stasha has traveled to 40 countries on five continents and is particularly proud of having visited all 50 U.S. states. She attended Miss Porterís School and graduated cum laude from Tulane University. Stasha lives in Greenwich with her husband and two young children. To email, click here.
Nursery School Director
Patricia Bria Case has been the director of the nursery school since 1986 and, more recently, the "Two-by-Two" and ArtScampers programs as well. A Greenwich native, Pat is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and has been in the field of primary and early childhood education for more than thirty years. She is an active member of the Greenwich Early Childhood Directors Group, the Southern Fairfield Association for the Education of Young Children, and the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Pat lives in Stamford with husband Don, an oral surgeon, and "Marley," their labradoodle. They have two grown daughters. To email: click here
Don has been our church administrator since 1998. He has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a major in accounting from Florida Atlantic University. Prior to coming to Greenwich, he worked for three and a half years as a church administrator for a large Presbyterian Church in Fairfield County. He is married to Liisa Hibbard and has three children. He is also an elder at the Turn of River Presbyterian Church in Stamford. To email: click here
The Rev. Erin M. Keys
Class of 2014
Stewardship & Finance
Class of 2015|
Mission & Outreach
Class of 2016
Karen Joyella, Chris Zadik, Julie Mather
The Reverend Erin Keys, clergy liaison
Class of 2014
Class of 2015
Class of 2016|
** Youth Deacons