Born and raised in Minnesota, educated at Princeton Seminary and Bethel Seminary, Rev. Singer has served three churches over the past twenty years; in Indiana, in Ohio, and for the past seven years Jon served as the Pastor at First Baptist Church of Hyannis. His gifts are as a consensus building leader, a joyful worship minister, a creative sermonizer, a compassionate caregiver, and a capable administrator. His passion is to help the body of Christ connect with each other, and through the strength found there, reach out into the world with the Love of Jesus Christ.
Jon loves his wife Sara, his sons Noah (18 and graduating from Sturgis) and (Jeremiah 16, a track athlete at Barnstable). He also enjoys baseball, reading, good music, good food, working out, and laughter. Here are some words from him.
Hello Federated friends,
During this strange and unique time in our lives it is my great privilege to come alongside you and encourage you with the Hope of the Gospel found in Scripture. I encourage you to engage with me on Sunday mornings and other times we will create. May we find comfort in each other’s presence, even though that presence is mediated by screens. Remember, you are loved, by God and by your friends at Federated. Let us be the Body of Christ to one another. Be well, and I look forward to getting to know you over these next weeks.
Rev. Jonathan Singer
Sue Loud - Office Administrator
Sue Loud is very happy to be part of the staff here at the Federated Church. She completed her AA in Business at Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, and has served as an office administrator in a variety of church, school and professional settings. Along with her position at the Federated Church, she works in the Accounting and Development Office at Trinity Christian Academy. She lives in Sandwich with her husband, and most enjoys time spent with her three grown children and eight grandchildren.
Roy Campbell – Music Director
Roy graduated in 1975 from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell with a Bachelor of Music degree after completing his Associate of Arts in Business Management from Cape Cod Community College.
He was principal trombonist with the Cape Cod Symphony for 14 years and has extensive performance experience as a trombonist, pianist and music director. Along with performing, Roy has a full teaching background that includes colleges, conservatories, public and private schools. He founded and was the director of his own music school, Academy of Music in Osterville, for eight years. Roy currently teaches at Bridgewater State University and is also an instructor of piano and brass at the Cape Cod Conservatory of Music.