Katelyn began her ministry at
Richmond Congregational Church in June 2014. RCC is her first
ministerial call and she is excited to be a part of the vibrant
Richmond community. Katelyn is a lifelong member of the United Church
of Christ. She grew up in Saco, ME, where her parents still reside.
Katelyn has one sister, Elissa, who lives in Bangor, ME.
Katelyn first felt her call to
ministry in high school, and worked at Pilgrim Lodge, the Maine
Conference UCCís summer church camp during college. Katelyn received
her Bachelorís degree in Religion and Anthropology from Colgate
University in Hamilton, NY and her Masterís of Divinity from Yale
Divinity School in New Haven, CT. Before and after attending
seminary, Katelyn worked in various capacities at non-profit
organizations serving homeless people in Washington, DC and Portland,
ME. Katelyn brings a passion for social justice to her ministry at RCC.
Since moving to Vermont, Katelyn
has enjoyed exploring her new home state by foot, bike and car. She
especially loves going to farmerís markets and coffee shops, cooking,
and spending time near Lake Champlain. She also looks forward to
downhill skiing in the winter.