The Rev. Michelle Fincher, Pastor
Wil Payton, Office Manager
Jim Lawhorn, Treasurer
June Yamayoshi, Financial Secy
Director of Music: Judy Byram Viccellio
Judy Viccellio is an accomplished musician with a BA in Voice and Composition. For over 30 years, Judy has been the Director of Music for numerous Air Force Chapels and churches. She brings a unique ability to blend music of many genres and traditions into a vibrant and meaningful worship experience. Judy has a classical music background, plays guitar and piano, and is a published songwriter and singer. In addition to overseeing the choral and congregational worship music, Judy has started an instrumental ensemble in every church where she has been the music director. Under her leadership, the music program has grown in attendance, excellence, and diversity. Judy attributes much of her passion for music to her mother who was an outstanding musician, singer, and award-winning choral director for Air Force chapels around the world, and her father, who was an Air Force chaplain.
Choir Director: Linda Teasley
Dr. Linda Teasley, performer, teacher and most recently a board-certified music therapist, has led an interesting and varied musical life. After receiving an undergraduate degree in music education, Linda completed a Master of Music in performance degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Linda joined the United States Navy Band Sea Chanters chorus, the official chorus of the U.S. Navy Band in Washington, DC, where she served for 20 years and retired as a Chief Musician. During her time in the Sea Chanters, Linda completed the Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Maryland in College Park, MD. Linda has taught voice extensively in the DC area including Georgetown University, Northern Virginia Community College and at several community music schools. She has been involved in church music programs for over 20 years either as a soprano soloist, cantor and choir director.
Principal Organist: Jane Kerr
Jane Kerr grew up in the First Presbyterian Church in Verona, NJ which shaped her early love of church music and the organ. From her first children’s choir rehearsal, the organist and choir director was her inspiration. She became Jane’s organ teacher and mentor once she grew tall enough to reach the pedals at age 15. Jane went on to study organ at Westminster Choir College in Princeton. Over the next 30 years, life’s journey led Jane through numerous careers – away from the organ – until she and her husband moved to Alexandria and joined Calvary. Three months after that, Calvary’s organist announced her retirement and Jane felt the call of God to play the organ and return to the talent she had been given.
Accompanist: David Maley
David completed the music therapy program at Shenandoah University and currently holds the credential, MT-BC (Music Therapist Board Certified). His undergraduate work was completed at George Mason University, where he earned a B.A. in Music, with minors in Psychology and Exercise Science. David is currently employed as a music therapist by a local hospice. He also works as a piano instructor at a music studio in Falls Church, VA. David plays piano, guitar, organ, accordion, and sings. In his free time, he enjoys composing music, reading, kayaking, hiking, and being in nature.