Unitarian minister A. Powell Davies said, “Life is just a chance to grow a soul.” Whether we call it religious education, faith formation, or spiritual growth, the search for truth and meaning is one of the cornerstones of our Unitarian Universalist tradition. As a religious community we have the opportunity nourish one another as growing souls, as spiritual people who have experiences of wonder at all ages and stages of life.
Rebecca Froom grew up in Mt. Airy attending USG as well as Summit Presbyterian Church. She was ordained to the UU ministry in 2012 by both USG and Arlington Street Church in Boston, where she did her ministerial internship. She currently serves as the Assistant Minister with a focus on lifespan religious education at First Universalist Society, in Franklin, MA. Rebecca lives with her husband Alec at the Lucy Stone Cooperative, an intentional living community grounded in UU values located in Boston, MA.