Our Staff


Rev. Dr. Lolly Dominski
Co-Pastor (Temporary Supply)

Lolly came to MGCC in 2009, after serving at Presbyterian churches in Arlington Heights, Wilmette and Geneva, Illinois, and at the Good News Partners mission agency in northeastern Chicago.  Lolly received her Ph.D. in Liturgical Studies at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, and her Masters of Divinity degree at McCormick Theological Seminary.  She also holds an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago, and previously worked in marketing management. 

Lolly is a member of the North American Academy of Liturgy (NAAL) and the Academy of Parish Clergy (APC), an international, interfaith organization of clergy

Rev. Bunny (Isabel) Hughes
Co-Pastor (Temporary Supply)


Rev. Bunny Hughes joined the staff of MGCC in 2014, bringing 35 years of experience from various ministry contexts in the northwestern suburbs of Chicago, including  family & youth ministry, and hospice care.  Bunny is a graduate of Augustana College and North Park Theological Seminary.  Bunny is a member of the Academy of Parish Clergy (APC).


Jason Nelson
Interim Minister of Music

Jason earned his Bachelor’s degree in music from North Park University, studying accompaniment, classical and jazz piano performance, and music history and theory. He is proficient in organ, piano, trumpet and guitar, and enjoys arranging and composing, as well as conducting.  In earlier work as a church musician, Jason performed both classical pieces and contemporary Christian music; assisted with conducting the choir and directing musicians performing contemporary pieces; and helped with the operation of the sound board and other technical equipment.

 

John Frake
Administrative Assistant and Custodian

John comes to MGCC as a painter, wood finisher, and handyman, as well as holding a Bachelor of Arts college degree in theology and sociology from Loyola University.  He brings a wealth of experience working in the Morton Grove community as a coach, board member of the Niles North Athletic Booster Club, winner of the 2014 Niles Township District 29 Community Service Award, and volunteer for many civic organizations. He and his family are dedicated members of St. Martha Catholic Church and are active in community service.