The Reverend Michelle Madsen-Bibeau began as our intentional interim pastor in February 2019. An American Baptist, Michelle is a 1993 graduate of Colgate Rochester Divinity School, and has served more than a dozen congregations during times of transition. Her most recent professional studies have been in Non-profit management through the University of Montana (online) and Mediation with the Lombard Mennonite Peace Center. She lives in West Hartford, Connecticut, with her husband, United Church of Christ Minister John Madsen-Bibeau, and their two children. Michelle enjoys reading, vegetable gardening, movies, and travel.
Hello! My name is Amy Harlow. I have lived here in Haddam most of my life and am raising my family here now too. I have a son Alex,15, and a daughter Sadie,11. I have been a licensed dental hygienist for 14 years and truly love my career. In my “free” time I enjoy camping, fishing, kayaking, hiking and gardening. I also love making costumes of all sorts and sewing. My life is very full and while I have energy, I want to do it all! I have a truly supportive family including my boyfriend, of eight years, Brian. I hope that through my teaching I am able to encourage the children to open their hearts and minds to the beauty of faith.
Eric Lundin joined the FCCH staff as Organist and Choir Director in 2001. Eric grew up in nearby Clinton, CT and received his Bachelor’s degree in Music with a concentration in Organ from Eckard College in St. Petersburg, Florida. He further completed graduate work at Northwestern University.
Lynn grew up in New Hampshire and settled in Old Saybrook over 25 years ago with her husband, Andy. They have enjoyed raising their three children on the shoreline. Lynn has spent many years sharing her gifts with non-profit organizations – currently as the Managing Director of AngelRide raising funds for The Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp. Lynn enjoys yoga, kayaking, and cycling.