We are grateful for and appreciative of our wonderful staff.
Darlene has been active at Lutheran Church of the Redeemer since she was 7 years old. She was married here in 1995 and has two children who were baptized here. Darlene has years of experience in customer service and operations. She enjoys volunteering in the community in her spare time. She is a friendly, detail oriented, and outgoing. She enjoys spending time with her family in the great outdoor doing such activities as camping and boating.
Paul earned his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in piano performance at Boston University. He has published a volume of original compositions for organ. Paul supports the congregation’s worship through inspiring music originating from many times and places. He works with the choir, cantors, and a variety of instrumental ensembles. You can hear Paul’s music on his website.
Sunday School & Youth Worker
Malorie Adair has been a youth leader for the past 6 years. She believes in having an open, honest, and safe environment where youth can feel comfortable talking about who they are and what matters to them. She promotes an environment where everyone is welcome just as they are. Malorie’s classes use an informal style of teaching that is conducive to great discussions and conversation. She has been called to serve in churches in Minnesota, Oklahoma and Massachusetts. Malorie is a native Minnesotan who enjoys spending time hiking in the mountains of New Hampshire, going to the beach, learning Karate, and spending time with her family. Currently, Malorie is a stay at home mom to her two spunky young children who love to keep her on her toes.
Kim Millette received her BS in Accounting from Bentley University in Waltham. She provides weekly and monthly bookkeeping and financial services to Redeemer. Kim earned her Massachusetts Teaching Certificate from Middlesex Community College in Bedford and has worked at Little Hands Big Hearts Preschool as a preschool teacher since 2007. She is also CPR certified.