UUCSF STAFF

Music Director:  Steven Skoldberg

Steven was selected as our Music Director in 2019.  Stephen brings a multitude of talents to the congregation.  He has engaged us via piano, guitar, original compositions, with vocals and incorporates a wide breadth of musical offerings.  He is a life-long musician.  Steven was schooled in classical music at the University of Buffalo and is a music educator who retired from the Montauk Public School and, currently, teaches part-time at the Ross School.

Religious Educator:  Deborah Marshall

Deborah Marshall loves teaching her multi-age class of UU children in Bridgehampton. Deborah worked for HUGS at the Pierson Middle School in the after school program giving students a safe, fun place to spend their afternoons. She was also a puppeteer at Goat on a Boat in Sag Harbor and assisted children with puppet making activities as well as writing and performing shows. Deborah also worked with the youth at the United Methodist Church in Sag Harbor, writing and directing their Christmas play several years ago. She also worked with the youth from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Saints in Riverhead as a volunteer assisting them with performances. Deborah raised two children in Sag Harbor, who are now adults living on their own. She loves helping people and is a Certified Crystal Healer, Lightworker, and spiritual guide.

Administrator: Kelly Glanz

Board of Trustees

Board Members are elected by the congregation at the June annual meeting.  Members serve a 3 year-term.  They can serve up to two terms or six years.

Linda Engbrenghof, President

While Linda is a “new” New York resident, she has a long history with this congregation beginning in the summer of 1994 when her sister and brother-in-law moved to Water Mill. While she is and always will be a proud Californian, she fell in love with the City and the east end of Long Island. Looking back, she has known or met nearly all of the ministers and members who have found a home in our UUCSF sanctuary over time. This UU faith tradition, this congregation, has been her safe haven for many decades, where she continues to strive to become a less judgmental, more tolerant, more grounded, more accepting, and kind human being. It’s where she comes to heal.

Ingrid Krinke – Treasurer
Tip Brolin – Secretary
Katie Engel – Trustee
Patience Halsey-Sherman – Trustee

President’s WELCOME – Martha Potter

Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork. Our community is made up of members and friends who are from many different religious backgrounds. We worship together, each in our own way. We are guided by principles not dogma. We welcome all and honor each individual’s search for truth and meaning.

My spiritual journey was not governed by one set of religious principles. My parents were secular Jews and as a child, I attended a Shula set up by the Workmen’s Circle to learn the Yiddish language, history, and culture.

When my husband and I moved to the East End in 2006, we were looking for a community whose values reflected our own beliefs in social justice and freedom of thought. We were impressed by the diversity of services and the commitment to each individual’s search for truth and meaning.

I have tried to take an active role in this community for the last 16 year and am honored to be the President of the Board of Trustees of this congregation.