Chris Dunaway is a native of Richmond, VA and was educated at Davidson College in Davidson,
NC. After several years as a carpenter with Habitat for Humanity, where he both built homes
and taught volunteer crews and homeowners how to build homes, he sensed a call to serve as a
full-time Christian pastor. Having recently completed a Master's degree at Gordon-Conwell
Theological Seminary in the North Shore of Boston, he and his wife, Jaime, hoped to remain in
New England, which quickly began to feel like home, according to Dunaway.
Tamara Rozek has been a church organist, choral director, musician and educator for over 25 years. She has directed programs for adult choirs, youth choirs, handbell choirs, strings, brass, woodwinds, jazz ensembles and active music outreach ministries. Tamara not only is our Director of Music Ministry, but is also a director for the Sandpipers Seacoast Children's chorus
as well as teacher for the Young Organists Collaborative
. She earned her Bachelor of Music and Master of Arts in Music from the University of New Hampshire studying organ with John Skelton and harpsichord with Peter Watchorn. She continued post-graduate study with Peter Sykes, Amy Johansen (Sydney, Australia), and voice/vocal pedagogy with Nancy Armstrong. Tamara has presented solo organ recitals, has served as accompanist for groups in the local area and Australia, and has sung and recorded with the Seraphim Singers and Boston Bach.