Rev. Scot McCachren

 A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary and the Graduate School at Drew University, Pastor Scot started out as a Theater Arts major at Catawba College in his childhood hometown of Salisbury, NC. His call to pastoral ministry followed a twenty-year career in the corporate insurance sector. During that time, Pastor Scot served as a youth ministry leader for nineteen years and was ordained as a ruling elder and a deacon. He and his wife Linda have been in East Hampton since October, 2016, and have two adult daughters, Emily and Julia.

Pastor Scot enjoys history, literature, cooking, going to movies with Linda, playing with their dogs, and digging into a nice big serving of ice cream. McCachren is pronounced “McCatherine”.


office hours


Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday


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Jane Hastay
Music Director

 After graduating from Mills College, Jane Hastay toured Europe with Lilith Women’s Theater Company, danced with Brazilian samba troupe Escola Nova de Samba, played in the American Hawaii Cruise Lines Orchestra, accompanied Concord recording artist Denise Perrier, and had a long-standing engagement leading a trio at the Fairmont Hotel.

After moving to New York, Jane earned her masters degree from Manhattan School of Music, toured Japan with the Kit McClure Big Band, and played at The Blue Note, The Lenox Lounge, The Five Spot, Kitano Hotel, St. Peter's Church, New Haven Jazz Festival. She also sang with the Canby Singers, a 23-member a cappela chorus specializing in medieval and renaissance music. Choral conducting/teaching credits: Fontbonne Hall Academy, The Ross School, Southampton Players.

Jane has produced many concerts including an International Women in Jazz-sponsored performance at Saint Peter’s Church in NYC, featuring Etta Jones. Jane’s training in the Yamaha, Kodaly and Dalcroze music education methods inspire her passion for producing engaging, diverse programming for music lovers of all ages.

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Gina Ferrara
Office Administrator

Steve Bock

Pastors Emeriti

The Rev. Dr. John T. Ames

The Rev. Dr. Fred Schulz