STAFF

  • Dr. Jun Lee’s music education in the United States began at the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. He received his Bachelor’s from Westminster Choir College, a Master’s in Choral Conducting from Florida State University, and DMA in choral conducting with music theory minor at the University of Connecticut. Jun’s dedication to Baroque music not only inspired his dissertation research on the Brockes Passion by Reinhard Keiser, but also directed the piece as the North American premiere with a grant from the Paul C. Richards and Gladys Richards Charitable Foundation. Jun has previously taught at Baekseok University and the University of Connecticut, and led various university ensembles, church choirs and children’s choirs. He has participated in conducting fellowship programs at the Yale School of Music, Princeton Music Festival, and Europa Cantat in Belgium. He has conducted in master classes with Simon Carrington, Frieder Bernius, John Washburn, William Weinert, Jan Harrington, Daniel Reuss, and Hans Leenders, among others. He conducted the Vancouver Chamber Choir as a guest conductor at the National Conductors Symposium, and Studium Chorale in the Netherlands. As a church musician, he served as the director of music at Trinity Episcopal Church in Hartford, the Choir School of Hartford, Somers Congregational Church, and Fellowship Presbyterian Church in Tallahassee, among others.

  • Prior to her retirement, Lynne Gustafson RN had been Coordinator of School Health Services for the Manchester School System for 31 years. During those years she held several leadership positions; first as President of the Association of School Nurses of Connecticut and then as President of the National Association of School Nurses (NASN). In 1999 she was elected a Fellow in NASN. Through these positions she realized that she enjoyed creating new programs. When Emanuel decided to start a Parish Nurse program she decided that this was an excellent challenge and opportunity for her to blend her nursing skills with her spirituality. In 2004 she completed the Parish Nurse program developed by St Francis Hospital and Medical Center. Through the Parish Nurse program, Emanuel offers parishioners a wide range of health and advocacy programs.

  • A life-long member of Emanuel, Nancy has worked in the church office as the Administrative Assistant since November of 2003. She has recently taken over primary responsibility for managing membership and financial records. She enjoys working with such a talented staff. She feels blessed to be able to use her gifts and serve her church community in her position.

  • Kathy Hatch,

    Property Supervisor