rev. victor aloyo
Victor Aloyo is the son of the late Esperanza Aloyo and Victorino Aloyo from Vieques, Puerto Rico. He is married to Suzette Aloyo for over thirty-four years. They are blessed with two daughters, Kayla Cristen, an aerospace engineer working in Huntsville, AL, and Alyssa Nicole, serving as an administrator at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Victor is currently the Associate Dean of Institutional Diversity and Community Engagement at Princeton Theological Seminary. Victor received a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies and Sociology from the College of New Rochelle, a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, and a
Doctorate in Higher Education Administration from the University of Pennsylvania, focusing his dissertation on navigating diversity and inclusion within a framework of social justice.
Queintard DeGeneste II
Queintard, more frequently called “Quinn,” graduated, May 2015, from Eastern University with a B.A. in Music Composition. While at Eastern, he was the recipient of the prestigious Mozart scholarship for four consecutive years, was a member of the University Choir and the elite vocal touring ensemble, Turning Point. Quinn has been playing piano and singing in church settings since he was in middle school and now composes music for various genres. His classical training and affinity for jazz converge in a style that is uniquely his own. His goal is to use his musical abilities to the glory of God and the enjoyment of his listening audience. He became our musical director in
July of 2018.
Greta began a professional career in dance and theatre lasting 20 + yrs. and over time has transitioned to fitness and health and administrative work while maintaining her connections in the performing arts. She shares her gift and love of dance through teaching adults and children. Greta is happily married, a resident of Avenel, NJ and through her upbringing in the Presbyterian church, has a strong foundation in faith which she has demonstrated ever since she began serving our congregation in July of 2012.