Meet Our Staff


Interim Pastor Rev. Anthony (Tony) Kill

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We are excited to welcome our Interim Pastor, The Rev. Anthony (Tony) Kill. Tony is originally from Minnesota, but has spent his adult life in Indiana, New York, New Jersey and, for the past 30 years, in Massachusetts.  Tony’s early ministry was as a Roman Catholic monk and priest, a seminary teacher and spiritual director.  His ordination was recognized in the United Church of Christ in 1982, and he has served as pastor for congregations in Bayonne, NJ, and in Cambridge, Arlington and Newton MA.  More recently, he served as interim pastor in Randolph and in Walpole.  His wife, Karen Fritz, is pastor of the Brighton Allston Congregational Church in Boston.  They have two young adult sons who live with them in Newton Corner.

Mary Wolfe

Church Secretary
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mary-wolfe Mary has been TCC’s office secretary since 2005. She resides in North Andover with her husband and four children.


Renee Rivers

Director of Music
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Renée has been a church organist and choir director since 2008. She has a Graduate Performance Diploma, and Masters degree from the Longy school of Music of Bard College where she studied piano with Ludmilla Lifson and organ with Libor Dudaś.  She performs regularly in the Boston area and maintains a  private studio in her home in Lowell, MA. Our choir rehearses on Thursday evenings at 7:00 pm. Since it’s a volunteer choir, no auditions are necessary and new members are welcome any time!


Trinitarian church choir


Bev Valle

Bell Choir Director


Bev has been directing our Bell Choir since 1997. She loves playing the bells! Our bell choir adds great beauty to our services. Contact Bev if you’re interested in joining. Bev also plays piano for two of our monthly worship services at local nursing homes and she sings in the choir. Bev’s been a part of TCC for 34 years. She’s a retired RN who specialized in deliveries. Oh Baby!


Doug Beach

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Doug’s our sexton/custodian. He’s the guy to talk to about set-up needs. Doug’s been working for the church since 2003, after a 32 year career as a Marine Biologist. Doug and his wife, Lorene, have been members of TCC since 1980. They have two daughters and two grandchildren.