Mary Cameron Taylor
Youth Ministry Manager
Elementary & Volunteer Coordinator
Caleigh is our Elementary & Volunteer Coordinator. Her three passions in life are the Lord, children, and the performing arts. She grew up in Nashville, TN and moved to NYC after graduating from Belmont University with a BFA in Musical Theatre. From there, she had the privilege of spending several years traveling the world as an actor/singer/dancer. While performing in New Orleans, she met her husband, Robert. Together they uprooted back to NYC, and Caleigh began teaching the performing arts to children in after-school programs across Manhattan. Caleigh has volunteered for several children's ministries throughout most of her life and is thrilled to be a part of the East Side Children's Ministry. She aims to instill in each child the desire to reflect Christ's love everyday. In her spare time, Caleigh loves to sing in the Young New Yorkers' Chorus, study French and travel with family.
Sunday Service and Generosity Director
Liz began attending Redeemer in 2010 and instantly knew that she had found her church home. In 2013 she joined Redeemer staff and has enjoyed every moment since! On Sunday you will often find her outside the sanctuary where the volunteers sign in. If you visit her, she will give you gum! Liz was a Spanish major in college which required that she study abroad in Mexico (for one semester), but she loved it so much that she ended up staying for six years teaching English as a foreign language, studying for her master’s in applied linguistics, and enjoying all the culinary wonders that Mexico has to offer. Liz spends her free time listening to podcasts, playing touch football, cooking, and studying the map of Astoria, where she she lives, in hopes of one day mastering her navigation of 23rd Street, 23rd Road, 23rd Avenue and 23rd Drive.
Children's Ministry Administrative Coordinator
Born and bred in the panhandle of Florida, Brandon studied Accounting and Finance at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama before completing his M.Div. from Beeson Divinity School. While volunteering with a local college ministry in Birmingham, he realized that Jesus being raised from the dead is truly Good News for our weary world and not just good advice. When he’s not working, you can find him reading, spending time with friends, or working out.
Youth & Formation Manager
Judson spent his earliest years in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago before moving to Connecticut, where he grew up in the shadow of New York City. Though he’s always loved New York, Judson returned to the Chicago suburbs to study Christian Education & Ministry at Wheaton College. He’s had the privilege of ministering in such dissimilar contexts as Greenwich, CT and Tulsa, OK — experiencing firsthand that the Gospel truly is good news for all. Judson loves long conversations around a fire, losing himself in an art museum, playing tennis at the beach, and falling into a good book.
Nursery & Preschool Coordinator
Sabrina is our Nursery and Preschool Coordinator for the Children’s Ministry. She is a native from Bronx, NY, who came to Redeemer in 2015 through the invite of a friend. She was immediately drawn to the numerous ministries that Redeemer had specifically, the children’s ministry. Having the desire to teach children in her heart, she began as a nursery volunteer in April 2016 and then was hired as a Nursery Greeter in September 2016. When she is not working, she enjoys listening to music, spending time with friends and family, trying new foods, exploring the city and volunteering. She also has a Masters in Psychological Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Morning Music Director
Senior Community Group Director
Community Group Intern
Community Group Director
Evening Music Director
Rozz was born and raised in Kannapolis, NC, and began singing as a child at Mt. Calvary Lutheran church. After receiving her BCA degree from UNCC, she moved to New York to pursue a music career. She’s appeared on Broadway in Once On This Island, Big River and Urban Cowboy, Off -Broadway and regional performances of Dreamgirls, Aida, Joseph, and Candide. She’s recorded with Moby, Black 47, Grover Washington, Eartha Kitt and as a back-up singer for Diana Ross, Ben E. King, and Maxwell and many others. She’s performed with symphony orchestras, corporate clients, and many wedding and club date bands over the years, most recently as a featured vocalist for JK Entertainment. She served 10 years as Music Director at All Souls Community Church in Suffern, NY starting as a church plant in 2009, and for 5 years as a Deaconess from 2015 to 2019.
She came to Redeemer in 2003 when Tom Jennings asked her to sing at a West Side Evening Service. She lives in Fort Lee, NJ, her “Upper West Side” home just on the other side of the river with her husband Vince Strebe whom she met when he was hired as the Master Plumber to renovate her kitchen in 2016. They were married in August of 2017. Rozz is overjoyed to share her gospel/R&B roots as Music Director for the East Side evening service. She can be heard on several episodes of The Wonder Pets including “Off To School,” “Meet the Beetles” and “The Rat Pack,” and she co-wrote the title cut “Home For Christmas” on the NSYNC Christmas album.
Mark grew up outside of Chicago, and after graduating from the University of Illinois, he moved to New York City in 2005 to begin his career in investment banking and private equity. After several years in the industry and serving bi-vocationally on staff at a church plant, he completed a M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and joined Redeemer in 2016 serving primarily on the Community Group team. Mark is married to Holly, who hails from Sydney, Australia, and they have three rambunctious boys, Joshua, Justin and Jesse. When he's not running after his boys, he loves traveling and exploring new cities, watching and playing sports (especially basketball and golf) and reading.
Community Group Director
Children's Ministry Director
Director of Communications
Hannah was born in Boston and was raised a faithful Red Sox fan while growing up in England, California, and South Korea. (Her freshman year at M.I.T. was richly rewarded with the first World Series in 86 years!) She moved to New York City after college to study neuroscience but will readily admit that her Ph.D. is the third best thing that happened in the city, after Redeemer and her husband Topher. She and her husband, along with their daughter, live in Brooklyn and love spending time in Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Sunday Operations Manager
Community Group & Formation Class Coordinator
Mary Cameron Taylor
Youth Ministry Manager
Bruce Terrell began serving as the executive director for Redeemer East Side in the summer of 2017. He also served as executive director of Redeemer Presbyterian Church from 2006 to 2017. Prior to joining the Redeemer team, he served for 20 years with Mission to the World (MTW), the foreign mission agency of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) denomination, the last 10 years of which he served as chief operating officer. Bruce served as the moderator of the PCA in 2013-2014. Bruce and his wife, Missy, recently celebrated 33 years of marriage, and they have two adult children. Missy is a counselor with Redeemer Counseling Services. As executive director of Redeemer East Side, Bruce leads the East Side staff team to help advance thriving ministries, including the anticipated new sites and new ministry center. Bruce and Missy love to travel internationally, explore NYC, and their newest and best pastime — enjoying their two grandchildren!
Lindsay has been a part of the East Side Team since 2012 and has enjoyed doing a little bit of everything in her various roles. She grew up in Dallas, TX and after studying Musical Theatre in College, she moved up to NYC to pursue her dream of being on Broadway. After 7 years in NY, she now lives in Denver and continues to work remotely part time while performing. Lindsay met her husband, Will, at Redeemer and they now have a new baby boy, Charlie.