Show yourself in all respects a model of good works, and in your teaching show integrity...
Titus 2:7 NRSV
Rev. Becca Crate-Price
Pastor Becca was called to lead Springfield Presbyterian Church in May 2016. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Arcadia University, a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, and a Master of Theology from The University of Edinburgh (New College), Scotland. She is passionate about worship, community, inclusivity, and the arts. She resides with her husband, Bryan, and their fluff-ball, Fritz, in Maryland.
Donna Mazer assumed the role of Springfield Presbyterian Church’s Administrative Assistant in February 2016, and has been a member of Springfield since 1995. She is married to her husband Steve and they have two beautiful daughters, Morgan and Lindsey. Donna very much enjoys working with the Pastor and all of the congregants of Springfield!
Linda C. Caviglia
Minister of Music
Linda grew up in Knoxville, Tennessee where she was part of Sequoyah Hill Presbyterian Church. In her teen years there she was an active member of the church adult choir and the handbell choir. Her college degree, from the University of Maryland,was a BS in Finance. In spite of that, almost all of what she is involved in now is music. Linda plays the flute and handbells and loves to sing. She directs the adult choir and handbell choir here at Springfield, as well as leading a handbell choir at Integrace Fairhaven retirement community and two community bell choirs. She loves to cook, bake, hike, travel and garden when not playing or lugging bells around.
Jennifer Wise is a faithful member of Springfield Presbyterian Church and is our organist and leader of our contemporary worship band, Red Sea Parting.
Aaron Thacker is a classical solo and collaborative pianist, as well as an operatic baritone and countertenor. He has been playing piano for twenty-one years, beginning with his granddad's instruction. He moved to Baltimore last August to pursue two master's degrees at Peabody Conservatory in piano and voice, respectively. Previously, he studied both philosophy and women's studies at UNC Chapel Hill and plans to continue pursuing a career in opera while being a freelance musician in Maryland.
The Pastoral Puppy
Fritz is a volunteer member of staff and enjoys coming to the office to offer snuggles, pastoral care, and occasional pastoral visits. His major interests are cuddles, chew bones, and playing with his dog toys.