WE WELCOME CAROLYN KEILIG – OUR NEW INTERIM PASTOR, OCTOBER 18, 2015!
Although originally from Connecticut, Carolyn Keilig has lived in all six New England states, if you count summer jobs, vacations, and schools. Currently, she resides in Hopkinton, NH.
Brought up in the town of Trumbull, Connecticut, she grew up in the Trumbull Congregational Church, UCC. From there she attended The Defiance College (in Ohio) where she received her B.A. in religious education and in sociology, and then to Andover-Newton Theological School for her M.Div. Her first call as a settled pastor was to the First Congregational Church of Kittery Point, Maine. After serving once more as a settled pastor, Carolyn followed a long-felt call to be part of the joys and challenges of interim ministry. As an interim, Carolyn has served churches in both rural and urban areas, with memberships of 60-600. North Congregational Church, UCC will be Carolyn’s eleventh position as an interim minister.
Carolyn is looking forward to meeting and getting to know the members and friends of North Church and is thrilled to be able to work in one of her all-time favorite cities.