Rev. Philomena Hare
We welcome Rev. Hare into our church family. She is our Interim Minster and began her position with us the second Sunday of July. Rev. Hare will be leading us in our worship and serving as our minster in every way and guiding us in the process of seeking our next called minister.
From Rev.Hare’s Linked-In Summary: Extensively experienced and highly trained United Church of Christ ordained minister. Focus is on pastoral care, preaching, planning and leading worship, administering the sacraments and social justice ministries in a multi-cultural setting. Previously served in key leadership roles in non-profit organizations, supervising staff and volunteers, overseeing program effectiveness, fundraising, advocacy and program development.
Robin Freyer – Office Administrator
Please welcome Robin Fryer our new Church Office Administrator. She has retired from a long career as a technology account executive working for such companies as IBM, Xerox, Apple and Dell. She retired and moved to the Cape 12 years ago. She is a member of the West Parish Church in West Barnstable where she serves as Clerk of the Church Council, Secretary of the Finance Committee, Member of Growth Ministries, Chair of the Prayer Shawl Ministry and head of the “Scarves for the Troops” group. She is on the board of directors for the 1717 Meetinghouse Foundation where she serves as Chairman of the Membership Committee. She has three grandsons and resides in Marstons Mills.
Carol Wroblewski – Director of Christian Education
I have been coming to the Federated Church of Hyannis since I was a baby. I went through all the years of Sunday school and became a member at age 15. Through the years I’ve brought my children and grandchildren here. Over the years I have volunteered as a Sunday school teacher up to running the entire program. I have lived On Cape Cod all my life except the years I spent in the United States Air Force. I was a bookkeeper for 25 years with the Community Action Committee of Cape Cod & Islands, Inc. I love to walk, dabble in art, and do things with my grandchildren.
Roy Campbell – Music Director
Roy graduated in 1975 from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell with a Bachelor of Music degree after completing his Associate of Arts in Business Management from Cape Cod Community College.
He was principal trombonist with the Cape Cod Symphony for 14 years and has extensive performance experience as a trombonist, pianist and music director. Along with performing, Roy has a full teaching background that includes colleges, conservatories, public and private schools. He founded and was the director of his own music school, Academy of Music in Osterville, for eight years. Roy currently teaches at Bridgewater State University and is also an instructor of piano and brass at the Cape Cod Conservatory of Music.