The Ministerial Search Committee is proud to introduce Reverend Rebecca Froom as our candidate for settled minister of United First Parish Church.
Our candidating week will run from May 10 through May 18 during which Rebecca will lead Sunday services on the 11th and the 18th, as well as be available for office hours and cottage meetings, so that we can all have a chance to meet her and get to know her better. Directly after service on May 18th we will have a Congregational Meeting and the congregation will be voting to call her as our settled minister.
In 2004, Reverend Rebecca graduated from Vassar College with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Religion.
She received her Masters of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School in 2012.
She has served three congregations, Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson as D.R.E., Ministerial Intern at Arlington Street Church of Boston, and Assistant Minister at First Unitarian Society in Franklin, MA.
She was ordained at Arlington Street Church in 2012.
Rebecca currently lives with her husband, Alexander, “Alec” Aman. They are residents of the Lucy Stone Cooperative, a community grounded in Unitarian Universalist values and committed to spirituality, sustainability and social change.
You can learn more about Rebecca at her search website www.RevRebeccaFroom.com
We have an exciting year ahead of us and the Ministerial Search Committee is proud that the work we have done has brought us Reverend Rebecca Froom.
Ministerial Search Committee: Mahmooda Qureshi, Jill Goddard, Jamie Grassmann, Mary Helen Walker, John Reed, Maryalice Sullivan, Lynne Courtney.