is the Music Associate at Grace UMC. She serves as Director of The Wesley Singers, the mixed-voice youth choir of Grace UMC. Lynn also conducts the adult female singing choir, The Treble Ensemble, and she serves as a music assistant and piano accompanist at Grace. Lynn graduated from Virginia Tech with a BA in Communications. At VT, Lynn was a featured soloist and dancer with the performance group called The New Virginians. Lynn is very active in the Northern Virginia region as a performer, piano accompanist and music director. She enjoys working with youth and has served as the rehearsal pianist and vocal coach for two American Music Stage productions (“Grease” and “Guys and Dolls”) at George Mason University. An active member of the ACDA (American Choral Directors Association), Lynn has also co-produced and recorded a children’s album entitled “Hoodle Dang Dang!”™ , which features nostalgic children’s songs.
is the organist at Grace UMC and accompanist for three of the church's musical ensembles: The Chancel Choir, the Wesley Singers and the Treble Ensemble. Ms. Galoci has served as organist choirmaster at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. and as organist for McLean Baptist Church in McLean, Virginia, Grace Episcopal Church in Silver Spring, Maryland and Wesley United Methodist Church in Alexandria, Virginia. Ms. Galoci began private organ studies in 1982 with William Neil of the National Symphony Orchestra and the National Presbyterian Church. She has studied further with Corliss R. Arnold, James Kibbie, Leonard Raver and Eric Suter. She has performed locally with other solo instrumentalist and ensembles at the National Presbyterian Church, the National Cathedral, Cherrydale United Methodist Church and Washington Street United Methodist Church. She has also taught piano and organ privately.
is the Contemporary Worship Leader at Grace UMC. Jason coordinates the Sunday Evenings @ Grace worship service that meets Sundays at 5:00pm in the sanctuary. He has led the SonRise band since its inception in 2003. He very much enjoys writing lyrics and has assisted in writing many SonRise original songs. Jason is a Manassas native, having graduated from Osbourn High School and earned a business degree from Virginia Tech.