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Support Staff

Mary Newman

Ms. Mary Newman is the mostly afternoon Receptionist at The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church. Mary, who has worked at the church for many decades, is the friendly face and voice many members meet on Sunday mornings for church. Mary is also highly supportive of our Radcliffe Room Ministry to those who are experiencing homelessness. To reach Mary please call the church at 202-393-3700.

Raymond Newman

Mr. Raymond Newman is one of the Sextons/ Custodians at The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church. Raymond worked for the church for many years at the Building Superintendent. To contact Raymond, please call the church at 202-393-3700.

David Smoot

David Smoot is the Building Superintendent at The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church. He manages the day to day building operations for the church as well as supervises the 4 sextons (custodians). To contact David, please email him at David.smoot@nyapc.org or call the church at 202-393-3700.

Robin Williams

Ms. Robin Williams is the mostly afternoon and evening receptionist at The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church. Robin has worked at the church since 2016 bringing a warm welcome to visitors and members who come. You are most likely to see Robin when you come for evening meetings, including Community Club, and on Sunday afternoons. To contact Robin, please call the church at 202-393-3700.

Demarco Williams

I am Demarco Williams. I’m 26 years old and married to Tiara Williams. We have a one-year-old dog named Rainbow. I was raised in Prince George’s County, Maryland, by a great family. I graduated from Fairmont Heights High School. I enjoy creating art, from drawings to paintings. I also like to travel and try different…

Tammi McCoy

A native of Washington, DC and proud graduate of Dunbar High School, Tammi considers herself a problem solver with a passion for helping people. She strives to offer everyone she meets with a friendly smile and an encouraging and uplifting word. Tammi’s philosophy is to “always keep God at the center of everything you do.”…