Rev. Carl Gregg
Carl holds a Doctor of Ministry and a Diploma in the Art of Spiritual Direction from San Francisco Theological Seminary, a Master of Divinity from Brite Divinity School, Fort Worth, TX, and a Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Philosophy (cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) from Furman University, Greenville, SC. Carl was married in 2007 to Magin LaSov Gregg. They have two cats (Kol Nidre and Shamash Chaim) and two dogs (Dobby Templeton and Scout “Boo Radley”). He has been the minister at UUCF since July 2012. Carl is also Featured Blogger on Patheos (www.patheos.com/blogs/carlgregg). Email:
Director of Religious Education
Lora has been the Director of Religious Education at UUCF since 2008.
Deborah Int Veldt
Deb has a B.S. in Music Education from the University of Maryland in addition to many years of private instruction in vocal performance. Since 1994, she has been a part of the Frederick Chorale, and currently serves as the soprano section leader. Deb is also a Washington County Master Gardener and local food advocate with a small commercial garden operation called Harmony Gardens. She enjoys sewing, quilting and other fiber arts. She danced on a professional clogging team for ten years, and enjoys square- and contra-dancing. Deb is married to Nick Int Veldt, noted pianist and Frederick musician. They live in Hagerstown with their small flock of laying hens. Email:
Dottie has led the day-to-day operations of the UUCF office since 2006. Previously she was an Executive Administrator to the Bechtel Power Division Senior Vice President and the Bechtel Managers of both the Technical Services and Startup Departments. Earlier she was an Human Resources Administrator responsible for the Bechtel Employee Service Awards and Retirement Awards Program. Dottie started her career as a graduate of The Washington School for Secretaries.
Sue Singleyis a Circle of Life Preschool Teacher.
Information Technology Administrator
Information Technology Administrator and edits the UUCF (Mid)Weekly Announcements.
Rick Holt is the webmaster for the UUCF website and a member of the Committee on Ministry. He is a 4th generation Unitarian Universalist and also webmaster for the Star Island Conference on the Arts. Formerly a programmer at IBM Research, now retired.
Edits the Unison, the UUCF monthly newsletter.