Holy Trinity Anglican Church

472 Lincoln Street, Marlborough, MA.

Holy Trinity Anglican Church
472 Lincoln Street, Marlboro, MA
Morning Worship: 8:00AM (First Sunday of the month)
Morning Prayer: 9:00AM
Solemn High Mass: 10:00AM



Sponsored by Holy Trinity Anglican Church and First United Methodist Church "Rolling River Rampage" 472 Lincoln Street, Marlborough
Monday, July 23 - Friday, July 27 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Open to PreK through Grade 8
Cost $35 per child; scholarships are available
Class sizes are limited - please register as soon as possible.
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Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Marlborough, MA is a traditional Christian community with emphasis on: Worship in the great tradition, evangelism, outreach, discipleship and local and global mission.

Our preaching and teaching is firmly grounded in the holy Bible as God's Word.

Our worship is liturgical and sacramental. We believe God is present to us in a special way through fellowship (i.e., the gathering of the Christian community for worship), the proclamation of his holy Word, the celebration and administration of his holy Sacraments (e.g., holy Baptism and holy Eucharist) and through our ministry to others in the Name of Jesus.

We attempt to offer the very best of the evangelical, charismatic and catholic streams merging them into a flowing river as experienced in the ancient Church.

We believe that we are called to love and worship God with all of heart, soul, mind and strength and to love our neighbors as ourselves.

Most of all, we are called to make Jesus Christ known in the hearts and lives of our people and all whom we come into contact with and minister to. Jesus Christ is Life and Salvation for all who know him and are known by him. Come to know Jesus through a wonderful and loving church community, his life-giving Word and Gospel, his holy Sacraments and through our several ministries. 



Holy Trinity Anglican Church seeks to makes JESUS Christ known through her worship and we believe our worship of Almighty God: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit is our highest priority, privilege and blessing. We love to worship God and acknowledge his presence with us through: We worship God in the great tradition of his Church:



Worship, Bible Study & Christian Education at HTAC

Evangelism & Outreach






Prayer & Healing




Bishop Charlie The Right Reverend Charles Masters Diocesan Bishop and Moderator

Charlie was consecrated a bishop in the Church of God on 13 November 2009 in St Catharines Ontario and became Area Bishop for Ontario and Eastern Canada. In November 2012, he was elected coadjutor bishop and succeeded Bishop Donald Harvey as diocesan bishop on 29 June 2014. He also serves the Anglican Church in North America as a member of the Archbishop's cabinet.

Until 1 June 2008 when he became ANiC's national director, Charlie was rector of St George's Lowville in the Diocese of Niagara - a parish he served for most of his ministry. Evangelism is Charlie's passion and the thrust of a booklet he authored, “The Gospel Still Works.” Charlie and Judy make their home in Milton, Ontario and are the proud parents of two adult children and enthusiastic grandparents.

Fr. Michael

The Venerable Michael J. McKinnon (“Fr. Michael”) was born and raised in Connecticut. He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Religion and History from Central Connecticut State University in 1991, a Diploma of Anglican Studies from Berkeley Divinity School at Yale in 1994 (CT), a Master of Divinity Degree from Yale University in 1994 (CT) and a Master of Sacred Theology Degree from Nashotah House Seminary in 1997 (WI). He is presently pursuing a Doctor of Worship Studies Degree from the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies (FL). Fr. Michael was ordained a Deacon on July 9, 1995 and a Priest on December 4, 1996.

Fr. Michael & Christine married in 2002. They have two beautiful girls, Sarah and Rebecca. Fr. Michael and his family reside in Marlborough, MA. Fr. Michael proudly serves as Chaplain for the Marlborough Fire Department.

In October of 2004, Fr. Michael came to Marlborough, MA to serve as Rector of the (Episcopal) Church of the Holy Trinity. On November 1, 2007, the Holy Trinity church family affiliated with the Anglican Mission in America and a new church was born: Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Marlborough, MA. In October 2009, the church transferred to the Diocese of the Anglican Network in Canada (and New England), a Diocese of the Province of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).

On Sunday, August 15, 2010 Fr. Michael was appointed Archdeacon in New England. The Anglican Archdeaconry in New England now has congregations in Marlborough, MA; Medway, MA; Attleboro, MA; Melrose, MA and Rutland, VT.

Fr. Michael describes himself as an “evangelical Catholic” who is fully committed to “The Principle of the English Reformation"; i.e., "To restore the Church in every age to the Faith and Order of the ancient Catholic Church (with an emphasis on the first five Christian centuries) under the authority and primacy of the Holy Bible as God's Word".

In addition to God, his family and his local church family, Fr. Michael loves spending time in Maine, the Christmas Season, Christmas music (all year long), Elvis Presley, Classic Rock (especially, The DOORS), Star Trek (TOS) and other classic Sci-fi shows.

Fr. Bob

Reverend Father Robert C. Cummins, Ph.D.: “Father Bob” grew up in New York City. His mother was Roman Catholic; his father was Methodist. He was educated by the Jesuits at Xavier High School. He holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Yale, and an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Long Island University. He moved to Massachusetts in 1982 for an Internship at Massachusetts General Hospital. He has been a practicing psychologist for over 30 years. He was received into the Episcopal Church in 1986, at The Church of the Advent, in Boston. He became a member of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in 2008. He was ordained a Deacon in 2013, and a Priest in 2014. He resides in Still River, Massachusetts, with his wife, Karen Panasevich-Cummins.

Dcn. Rhonda

The Reverend Deacon Rhonda Cotton has been a member of HTAC since its inception on November 1, 2007 and was a member of the Church of the Holy Trinity at 116 Union Street before that. She was ordained to the diaconate on March 7, 2010 by Bishop Donald Harvey. Dcn. Rhonda serves as the head of our healing ministry and organizes visits to the sick. Rhonda and her husband Tom have three children Nick, Aly and Kendall. They live in Harvard, MA. Rhonda has a BA in Physics and an MA in Electrical Engineering and a degree in human services.

Dcn. Suzy

The Reverend Deacon Suzy Kenyon was ordained September 17, 2011 by the Right Reverend Donald F. Harvey. She has a background in social work, with a Master of Social Work degree from Simmons College. Her practice as a clinical social worker has been primarily hospital-based, with adults and elders suffering from mental illness and/or substance abuse, and their families. Deacon Suzy’s coordinates our mission to Our Father’s Table, a Marlborough, MA organization that provides meals to those in need. She and her husband, Mike, live in Wayland, Massachusetts. They have three married children, Katherine, Allison, and Christopher.

Dcn. Praveen

The Reverend Deacon Praveen Mutalik grew up in India, he came to the United States to pursue higher education in Computer Science. He currently works at a high tech company in Cambridge MA as a software engineer. He was ordained a deacon by Bishop Charlie Masters at Holy Trinity Anglican Church. Dcn. Praveen and his wife Karen live in Southborough MA with their 5 dogs and several birds.


The Reverend Deacon Patricia Brewin was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on April 1, 1954. She is a graduate of Royal York Collegiate, Etobicoke, Ontario. Patricia is a mother of four, and a grandmother of five. Being a mother she enjoys her family, and is an author of a Book published in 2011; The Diary of A Christian, The Evangelism of a Soul, and Other Life Lessons. She was Ordained a Permanent Deacon in the Anglican Church in April 2017, by The Right Reverend Bishop Donald Harvey, Bishop Emeritus in the Anglican Network in Canada.