Casey Collins, PastorPastor Collins is an Elder in the United Methodist Church serving New England since 1992. She has served at Good Shepherd United Methodist Church in Gray, Maine, Peaks Island, Maine and Lewiston, Maine before coming to MUMC in 2015. Pastor Collins hold a Masters of Divinity from Bangor Theological Seminary, in Bangor, Maine, a Masters of Education from Antioch University in Yellow Springs, Ohio and an undergraduate degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology form Ithaca College in New York. Phone: Church (603) 673-2669
Wendy Ayotte, Office ManagerWendy Ayotte and her husband, Dan, have lived in Milford since 1994. They have three children, Emma, Max and Lily. Wendy is a 1989 graduate of Keene State College. She worked as a social worker and teachers aide before having children. She loves to read, do crafts and cook with the kids, as well as being a top-notch soccer mom/wife. Email Office
Sally Landis, Organist and Chancel Choir DirectorSally has been a member of MUMC since the late 1970's when she and her family relocated from her home state of Pennsylvania. She quickly became involved in the music program, beginning as pianist for the Chancel Choir, then as Children's Choirs director, then organist, then Spirit Celebration coordinator and leader of the Praise Band and Choir, and now currently organist and Chancel Choir Director. Sally has also served on many committees, taught Sunday school, been a youth group leader and served in many other areas of the church. She was married to Don Landis with whom she raised two children, Julie and Zachary. In her spare time she enjoys playing and teaching tennis, gardening, and musical theater. Serving MUMC has been a blessing and a privilege, one she hopes will continue for many years. Email Sally, Phone: 465-7937
Nancy Tong, Choir AccompanistNancy has been a member of MUMC for almost 25 years, and has been involved in its music ministry in various capacities for most of that time, presently accompanying the Chancel Choir, co-directing the Youth Bells and playing in the Adult Bell Choir. She also spent several years involved with the Sunday School, and is presently one of the boosters for our camping program at Wanakee, Nancy is a life-long New Hampshire resident - she grew up in the Penacook/Concord area and then moved to Milford after graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Music Education. She lives with her husband, Harry. Her son Matt is a graduate student at UC San Diego, and two adult stepchildren, Pam and Jeff, live in Nashua. Nancy teaches music at the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Middle/Senior High School, and plays bassoon in the Nashua Chamber Orchestra and a local woodwind quintet. In her spare time, Nancy enjoys skiing, kayaking, traveling, and making music with friends. Email Nancy, Phone: 673-7180
Mary Tyler-Wall, Handbell Choir DirectorMary directs the Adult Handbell Choir. She joined the Milford United Methodist Church in 1999. She also participates in the Chancel Choir, Sacred Dancers, Praise Team, Vacation Bible School and organizes the Sunday Afternoon of Music concerts.
Growing up in Walton, New York, Mary began singing in church at the age of 7 and has been a church musician ever since. She studied music education at SUNY Fredonia and graduated in 1985 with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology. She and her husband Jim live in Temple with their three daughters, Kathryn, Bronwyn and Emeline.
In her spare time (what spare time?) Mary is involved in music! She plays the oboe in the Temple Band - the first Town Band in America, directs the Temple Dance Band and sings for fun. She occasionally writes grants and dabbles in gardening. She is very proud of her family. Email Mary, Phone: 878-0664
Jim Lawler, CustodianJim serves as a custodian at MUMC, but has also served as a Trustee, co-layleader, Stephen minister. Jim was born and raised in Melrose Massachusetts, but moved to New Hampshire in 1968. He joined MUMC in 1995. He and his wife have 4 children and 3 grandchildren. Jim enjoys auto racing, camping, reading and helping people in any way he can.