We gather to worship the Triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
"In worship the people of God acknowledge God present in the world and in their lives.
As they respond to God’s claim and redemptive action in Jesus Christ, believers are transformed and renewed.
In worship the faithful offer themselves to God and are equipped for God’s service in the world."
Dr. David Billings
Director of Music
David A. Billings is Director of Music Ministries and Organist at Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church. Previously, he was the Director of Music & Organist at Oakmont Presbyterian Church and the Minister of Music at Parkwood Presbyterian Church, Allison Park. Dr. Billings has also been the Accompanist for the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale from 1989-2019. As a recitalist, he has performed throughout the North America and Great Britain. Dr. Billings is a past Dean of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Guild of Organists and a former Chairman of the Organ Artists Series of Pittsburgh. Some of his performances have been featured on WQED-FM. Dr. Billings earned a bachelor’s degree from Penn State University, where he studied organ and harpsichord with June Miller. He received his master’s and doctoral degrees from the Eastman School of Music, where he was a student of the renowned American organist David Craighead. Billings was also formerly an Adjunct Professor of Organ and Sacred Music at Duquesne University.
Guy Russo has been the Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church Chancel Choir Director for a little over ten years. He has been a part of the vocal music scene in the area for several decades. Russo has appeared as a soloist with the Pittsburgh Opera, Pittsburgh Symphony, and many other professional organizations. He has been the tenor soloist/section leader at Fox Chapel and Calvary Episcopal Churches, as well as First and Shadyside Presbyterian Churches, Rodef Shalom, and Temple Sinai. Guy was also the Choir Director at Community Presbyterian Church of Ben Avon during the 1990's. Russo has been the Fine Arts Chair at Sewickley Academy and the director of Upper School Vocal Music at The Ellis School. For two years Russo served as the Interim Director of the Pappert Men’s Chorale at Duquesne University, and is currently the Music director/Conductor of the Pittsburgh Savoyards, and choral director of the CMU Pre-College program. He lives in Forest Hills with his wife, Audrey, who sings alto in the FCPC Chancel Choir.
Kelly Fiona Lynch was most recently featured as Chrysosthemis in Elektra and Amelia in Simon Boccanegra with Chatham Concert Opera. At Pittsburgh Festival Opera, she has also performed Waltraute in their recent production of The Valkyrie, as well as the role of Miss Darlington in Night Caps. Kelly has been heard in the title roles of Aida, Norma, Suor Angelica, Lucia di Lammermoor and La Traviata. Kelly's performances have taken her to Italy and Central America; she has also conducted masterclasses in San Jose, Costa Rica. As a soloist, she has sung with the Erie Chamber Orchestra, Pittsburgh Philharmonic, Johnstown Symphony Orchestra, Westmoreland Philharmonic Orchestra and the Edgewood Symphony Orchestra. Based in Pittsburgh, Kelly is on the faculty at both Chatham and Seton Hill Universities, and is a founder of Aria412 Pittsburgh, a non profit that supports local singers and other artists.
Maureen Miller, mezzo-soprano, is a singing artist who has performed in concert, opera, and recital throughout the U.S. and abroad. Featured among her concert repertoire are the Rossini Stabat Mater, Beethoven’s Symphony #9, and the Duruflé Requiem. A native of Greensburg, she holds a Doctorate of Music from Florida State University and served as an Associate Professor of Voice at Ball State University (Muncie, Indiana). She is now an Adjunct Professor of Voice at Seton Hill University. Her two loves in life are playing golf and spoiling her two kitty cats Frankie and Cheetoh
Tenor Andrew Boag has performed the leading tenor role in a number of world premieres and contemporary operas, including Pygmalion by Kudich and Little Women by Adamo. He has sung with many local and regional opera companies: the Opera Theater of Pittsburgh, Opera Per Tutti in Cleveland, Opera Western Reserve in Youngstown, the Pittsburgh Savoyards, the Duquesne University Opera Center and more. In 2017, Mr. Boag sang performances of Lensky in Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin (in the original Russian) and Ruggero in Puccini’s La Rondine. FCPC is proud to have an accomplished performer of oratorio and sacred music like Andrew as a part of our community of faith.
Zach has been involved with the Pittsburgh music scene since 2011. A graduate of Slippery Rock University, Zach has performed with many local music groups, including the Pittsburgh Opera Company, Undercroft Opera, the Pittsburgh Savoyards, and Aria 412. Before arriving at FCPC, he was the bass soloist/section leader at Trinity Cathedral in downtown Pittsburgh. Zach has performed as both a bass/baritone and countertenor, in both solo and choral settings. He also loves playing guitar and piano in his spare time. Originally from South/Central Pennsylvania, Zach currently resides in Cheswick, PA.
Miss Hannah Roux is proud to serve the Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church as their Children's Choir Director. Being able to work with the children of FCPC and share music with the community is one of her favorite parts about being a teacher. In addition, she is currently an elementary music teacher in the Fox Chapel Area School District. She is looking forward to educating and providing the children in our community with musical experiences for many years to come! Hannah graduated from Duquesne University with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education.
Children's Choir Director
Our fantastic group of volunteers lead the contemporary worship on Sundays, with a mix of styles and influences. Styles range from bluegrass to jazz, rock and gospel. We look forward to hearing their choice of songs every week!