Allow me to introduce myself. I am Joe Albright, the Pastor of Geneva Presbyterian Church. Together, my wife Robbie and I have five daughters, Celia, Marley, Cori, Emily, and Noelle. We all love spending time on the ocean and I especially enjoy surfing and fishing. It also gives me great joy to lead this family of faith, and to belong to a community that serves and loves unconditionally. I am a graduate of Flagler College and Columbia Theological Seminary. Before entering the ministry, I taught high school Spanish in Cape Hatteras North Carolina and Lawrence Tavern, Jamaica. I have served churches in Sarasota and Jacksonville, Florida and also currently write daily devotionals for the Dial Hope Foundation(www.dialhope.org).
Gregg and Patty have two children and two granddaughters. When not working they love to travel, explore, going to concerts and especially spending time with our families. Patty loves the Lord and has been involved with the women of the church, assisting with Sunday School, helping out with VBS and Wednesday night fellowship dinners.
Director, Pre-School and Children's Ministry
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education and am certified to teach Prek – 3rd grade. Most recently I have worked as independent contractor with University of Florida as an online instructor for Early Childhood courses. Before working at UF, I worked at Episcopal Children’s Services as an Early Learning Specialist. I have also worked as a Kindergarten teacher in Saint John’s County and continue to substitute with the county. I am married to Kenny and we have three daughters.
Director of Music
Roman recently relocated to St. Augustine from Durham, NC, where he was a graduate student at Duke in Historical Musicology, with interests in Church Music and Hip-Hop. In addition to his position as Music Director at Pilgrim United Church of Christ, Roman directed the Collegium Musicum Early Music Choir at Duke and served as the Interim Curator of their instrument collection. He has been a frequent collaborator with the Triangle-based Voices of a New Renaissance, Singers of New and Ancient Music, El Fuego, and Christ Church Raleigh’s Schola Cantorum.