Rev. Jennifer Geary has been called to serve as the Interim Pastor of the Church of Christ, Congregational, to help guide the church in its search for a new settled pastor. Jennifer began her Interim Ministry on May 18.
Jennifer graduated from Lancaster Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity and was ordained in the United Church of Christ in 1995. In her first parish, she served as a full-time settled pastor for eight years. Jennifer spent ten years as an Interim Pastor serving seven churches for various lengths of time. For the last seven years, Jennifer served as the Director of Irons Homestead, the Outdoor Ministry site for the Rhode Island Conference UCC. Jennifer is excited to return to the Interim Ministry and looks forward to working with the Church of Christ, Congregational.
Douglas Briggs and Marguerite Monahan have been actively involved in youth ministry at the Church of Christ, Congregational for many years. They bring their energy, enthusiasm, and experience to create fun, faith-filled, and meaningful programming for the church's youth.
Contact Doug or Marguerite here or call 508-376-5034.
Myrna Rybczyk has been the director of music at the Church of Christ, Congregational since 2000. She is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music with a major in music therapy.
Before joining the church staff, Myrna was a visiting therapist at the McLean Hospital; assistant director of Orchard Home, a branch of New England Home for Little Wanderers; taught in the music program at Monadnock Regional High School; and was head music therapist at Medfield State Hospital.
For many years Myrna has taught piano in her studio in Millis, and she continues to find joy and spiritual fulfillment in working with the church choir.
Eileen has worked in various administrative roles in the areas of video production, conference management, marketing and special education. She has been the administrative assistant at the Church of Christ, Congregational since 2011.
Eileen finds working at the church very rewarding because of the variety of tasks and the opportunity to interact with so many caring and dedicated individuals who give so much of their time to serve the church and the community and to support compassionate missions both locally and globally.