Brad Morgan grew up on Long Island, a stone’s throw from New York City. From a young adult he was always active in the life of the church, as he was called to be a ruling elder in 2003. A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, his first call as A Minister of Word and Sacrament is Mt. Airy Presbyterian Church. Prior to engaging in parish ministry, Brad completed his chaplain residency at Capital Health Hospital and is a board-certified clinical chaplain and pastoral counselor. His focus in ministry is to engage in the heart of the church; both institutionally and relationally. He endeavors to "encourage one another and build each other up" (1 Thessalonians 5:11) in every situation, every struggle, and throughout every walk of life. Brad lives with his wife, Tara, and raising their always energetic and ever-adventurous child Rowan. They have two rescue fur-children. A ferocious (not really) chihuahua mix named Virgil and the gentle pitbull-labrador mix named Jameson. Brad has always been passionate about almost every genre of music and can strum a decent chord on the guitar. In their leisure time, Brad and Tara (and Rowan) love to go on walks by the canal path, tend to their garden, grill burgers and binge watch Netflix docudramas.
Worship and Music Director, Organist
Pat has been the Organist/Director of Music at Mt. Airy since the late 1970s. Prior to being back in her "home" church, she was organist/choir director at 2nd Reformed church in Somerville NJ for three years, and in Pittsford NY (Lutheran) and Newark NY (Methodist) just after college.
Pat graduated from Oberlin College (conservatory) with a BA in Music Education. She has taught music K - 12 in various schools in NY and NJ for 25 years, retiring in 1999. She has taken graduate courses at Ithaca College and Westminster Choir College, as well as seminars at Boston University.
Pat was fortunate to spend three years in Salzburg, Austria, one year as an undergraduate with her Junior Class from Oberlin, and two post graduate years, where she was able to study Organ, German, Fine Arts, Rhythmic Gymnastics, travel extensively, ski a lot, and sing in several different choirs.
Pat was married to the late Frank Masterson of Lambertville. Pat has two children and five grandchildren, and she continues to live in the village of Mt. Airy.