Ministers and Staff
Douglas Miller, Interim Minister
Trained as an interim pastor through the United Church of Christ, which prepares ministers in the specific skills of managing transitions within a church, Doug Miller came to Round Hill as Interim Minister in the summer of 2010 after serving as Interim Minister at South Britain Congregational Church in Southbury, Connecticut. Previously, he served as Senior Minister at United Congregational Church in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and has also served as Associate Minister in Wilton, Weston, and Westport Congregational churches. During most of this time, he was also practicing law in Westport, Connecticut. He holds a B.A. in philosophy from Michigan State University, M.Div. from Yale University Divinity School, and J.D. from University of Connecticut Law School. He describes his call to ministry as an evolving process. “The task of a minister is to meet people where they are and put them in touch with God. That is perhaps the best description I know of the work of a parish minister.”
Christopher Kabala collaborates with the minister choosing music for each worship service that lifts up and deepens the message of the prayers, scriptures, and sermons. He conducts and rehearses the adult choir, gives a piano recital on a Friday evening every other year, and arranges for special music during our services and for additional concerts throughout the year. He has been at RHCC for sixteen years.
Christopher has appeared as conductor, chamber musician, and soloist with groups such as the Janus Players, the Berkshire Music Center Orchestra, Tanglewood, the North-South Consonance at Interlachen, and the Cincinnati, Detroit, and Mexico City symphonies. In New York, he has played at Columbia University, New York University, Carnegie Recital Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Internationally, he has performed as a recitalist in Germany, Austria, Poland, and Czechoslovakia. He was a guest lecturer at the University of Michigan.
Georgette Huie is responsible for oversight of the Church School curriculum and resourcing teachers. She leads a Middle School Youth Group and will be leading a High School Youth Group mission trip. She also works with the Center for Faith Development on adult education programs, planning and facilitating speakers, Bible study series, and forums for all ages.
Georgette is an experienced Christian educator, having served churches in Fairfield County for the past seven years. She has a B.S. and M.S. in mathematics from California State University, Hayward, and an M. Div. degree from McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago. Prior to graduation from seminary in 2002, Georgette spent almost twenty years at IBM in sales and marketing. A native of San Francisco, she also taught mathematics at San Francisco State University and is certified to teach mathematics in Connecticut. For the past ten years, Georgette has formed and worked with church youth groups in the UCC. She has experience in leading youth mission trips, Bible study groups, retreats for women, and other adult educational offerings.
Connie Blunden is our lead teacher for the Church School. Connie is an ecumenical Christian with Episcopalian roots who has been teaching world history at Greenwich Academy for eighteen years. She is also an athletic coach at the school and is the director of student travel programs and community service.
Ron Wilson, III, Finance and Community House Manager
Stephen Dunleavy, Sexton
John Novak, Community House Supervisor
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