Ann Boland

Office Administrator

Ann has been the heartbeat of MCC since 2001. She organizes building usage, publishes church communication, supports the staff and does so much more. A native of the UK, Ann currently lives in Sudbury and enjoys visiting her adult children in the many different states where they live.

Lena Bershak

Nursery Attendant

Lena has been our nursery attendant since April of 2015. She is available for child care on Sunday mornings before and during service. Born in Ukraine, Lena lived in London with her husband, a native Bostonian, until moving to Sudbury five years ago. She has an engineering and teaching degree, and has worked in the fashion industry for the past 20 years as a custom designer and tailor. Lena and her husband are raising a 3-year-old daughter who attends the Sudbury Coop Preschool. “Being a full-time mom now, and enjoying playdates and kids’ activities, I realize that spending time with children gives me so much joy and happiness. I believe that I can be helpful to the MCC and am happy to join a great team.”

Diane Burke

Diane Burke

Director of the Sudbury Bell Ringers

Diane has been the Director of the Sudbury Bell Ringers since 2012. She currently performs throughout New England with the Merrimack Valley Ringers and directs three other handbell choirs. As an experienced clinician, she travels throughout New England teaching the skills of handbell ringing. She is happy to be back at MCC where she first learned to ring under our former director, the esteemed Betty Drum.

Dylan Elza

Tenor Section Leader

Dylan is starting his Master's Degree in Opera Performance at the Boston Conservatory in the fall of 2016. He graduated magna cum laude with his Bachelor's of Music in Vocal Performance at the University of Texas at Arlington where he performed in the top choir, the A Capella Choir, throughout his entire undergrad career. He has also performed in a professional chamber choir, the Dallas Chamber Choir. With his choir at UTA he has performed concerts at the TMEA conference, the national ACDA and South West ACDA conventions, and concerts with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in which he was the choral soloist for the Porgy and Bess concert. Aside from his choral achievements, Dylan has also performed opera in several parts of the world including Texas, New York, and France. Some of his major roles include Nemorino from L'elisir d'amore, Eisenstein from Die Fledermaus, and Paris from La Belle Helene.

Cathy Meyer, MSM

Minister of Music and Organist

Cathy has been serving Memorial Congregational Church as Minister of Music and organist since 2009, directing the adult Senior Choir, the Junior Choir, and the Cherub Choir, as well as overseeing the entire music ministry of the church. She also works in the Boston area as an organ recitalist, accompanist, organ and piano teacher and coach, and conductor. She received a Bachelor’s of Music in Organ Performance with a Specialization in Church Music from the University of North Texas and Master’s of Sacred Music from Boston University with a concentration in organ. She loves working with both youth and adults at MCC, including leading the Summer Program each June. Contact Cathy at MinisterOfMusic [at] MCCsudbury [dot] org

Rev. Tom O'Brien

Pastor and Teacher

Pastor Tom has been with us since 2010. Originally from New York, Tom came to Massachusetts in 1996 to be with his love, Rachel, whom he married in 2001. After their first child was born, the family discovered the United Church of Christ and Tom heard a call to the ministry. He seeks to help others recognize the awesome hope in the good news of Jesus Christ. Contact Pastor Tom at pastor [at] MCCsudbury [dot] org.

Bob Regan

Bob Regan

Church Sexton

Bob has been caring for the cleanliness and general maintenance needs of the church since 2013. His background includes electrical and plumbing experience. Bob lives in Framingham with his wife and children.

Rev. Sandra Summers, M. Ed.

Pastor of Youth and Families

Sandra joined MCC in August 2013. Originally from the Midwest, Sandra has at Bachelor’s of Sciences in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and minored in theater. She received a Master’s of Counselor Education with an emphasis in Higher Education from Clemson University in South Carolina before moving up to Boston. Sandra received her Master of Divinity degree from Andover Newton Theological School in May, 2016 and will be ordained in the fall. Clearly, Sandra loves learning which drives her passion for faith exploration, interfaith cooperation and life long discoveries. She loves yoga, sampling new cuisines, cooking, and board games. Please feel free to contact Sandra at Youth [at] MCCsudbury [dot] org.