Rev. Peter Moore is the pastor of Greenfield Presbyterian Church in Berkley, where he has served since February, 1991. Previously, he served ten years at Northbrook Presbyterian Church in Birmingham.
Rev. Moore is very involved in the community. He serves as chair of the Berkley CROP Walk, raising funds locally and globally for Church World Service. He also serves on the board of S.O.C.H. (South Oakland Citizens for the Homeless), which is sponsoring a three-month long day shelter for the homeless this winter. He has also served the larger church on the Council of the Presbytery of Detroit and as chair of the Presbytery’s Mission Council.
Rev. Moore is a graduate of Yale Divinity School and Westminster College.
Reverend Cindy Blakely
Director of Christian Education
Rev. Cindy Blakely is excited to be joining the staff of Greenfield Presbyterian Church as the Director of Christian Education. She is an ordained United Church of Christ clergyperson with a love for children’s’ ministries. Cindy grew up in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Rev. Blakely is a graduate of Lakeland College and Eden Theological Seminary. Most recently, Cindy served as the rotation Sunday School coordinator at the First United Methodist Church of Troy, MI.
Judy has served our church on both the Christian Education and Communications Committees, volunteers with Team KID, Vacation Bible School, F.R.O.G. and fundraising.
Dianne Spencer Cragg
Director of Music Ministries
Dianne Cragg is our Director of Music Ministries, bringing years of experience working with choirs and churches throughout Metro Detroit. She oversees a music program of five performing ensembles including the Chancel Choir, the Contemporary Ensemble, Children’s Choir, kid’s chimes, and the Greenfield Handbell Ensemble.
Dianne served on the steering committee for the Regional Convention of the American Guild of Organists Convention at the Renaissance Center in June 2009, and is a member of the Detroit Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. She enjoys fundraising for South Oakland Citizens for the Homeless and working with other church musicians in Berkley on ecumenical services and concerts.
Dianne studied organ and piano as an undergraduate at Wayne State University. She taught vocal music at Shrine Catholic Schools and has substituted in the Troy and Berkley Schools. She has enjoyed singing and touring for the past 16 years with Renaissance Voices, an 18 voice women’s ensemble in Dearborn.