Pastor Judy BrandonPastor Judy Brandon received her Masters of Divinity degree at Andover Newton Theological School in Boston and then worked several years as a chaplain for hospice and local hospitals in Austin, Texas. Most recently she served as pastor to two churches in rural Iowa.

Judy grew up in Texas yet, having spent many years in New England, she considers the northeast her home. She has three adult children, two sons and a daughter who live in eastern PA, Boston, and NYC. Before seminary Judy worked as a nurse in a community hospital in New Hampshire.

Judy enjoys music, gardens and gardening, quilting, reading, and keeping in touch with friends and family across the country via social media. She loves to share special books she has discovered with the children of the church.

Contact information:

484-705-5710 (cell)
610-391-1078 (home)
610-435-1763 (office)

Susan Borger, Church Secretary

Sue Borger joined our staff as church secretary in the summer of 2015.  Sue has over 40 years of experience as an administrative assistant at Air Products & Chemicals.  Sue is a life-long member of UCC Greenawalds.  She was confirmed here, married here, and her children were baptized and confirmed here at UCC Greenawalds.  Sue served in various volunteer capacities, including Christian Ed Chairperson, Recording Secretary, and Sunday School Teacher.

610-435-1763 (church office)

610-262-2142 (home)

484-695-7954 (cell)


Michael Huffman, Director of Music Ministries

610-435-1763 (church office)

610-433-6563 (home)

Michael Huffman joined our staff as Director of Music Ministry in November 2016. Michael has extensive experience as a church musician having served with varying titles as organist, pianist, music director and senior choir director in numerous churches throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is a graduate of Westminster Choir College of Rider University, Kutztown University, Windham College (Putney, VT), and Muhlenberg College (Allentown, PA), and is affiliated with the American Guild of Organists and the Organ Historical Society. Michael takes pride in performing Christ-centered, diverse, experiential, spiritual, and uplifting music.


Robert “Sonny” Rinker, Custodian