Senior Minister Search
On October 15th, TriCon Church enthusiastically and unanimously voted to call the Rev. Rebecca Floyd Marshall as our next settled Senior Minister. We look forward to Rebecca beginning her tenure here on March 1st, 2024. In tune with our current Stewardship campaign, Forward Together, I feel Rebecca is the perfect choice to lead us, moving together, into the next era here at TriCon.
~Andrew Thut, Moderator
The Rev. Rebecca Floyd Marshall has served as an ordained minister of the United Church of Christ (UCC) for over ten years. Rebecca was raised the daughter of a UCC pastor in the Berkshires in Pittsfield, MA. She is a graduate of Wellesley College and received her Master’s in Divinity from Yale Divinity School (YDS) in 2012. Rebecca loves collaborating to create inspiring worship and foster an authentic intergenerational faith community. In our society that is so harried and broken, Rebecca believes that vital congregations are needed now more than ever to help us faithfully embody the love and justice of Jesus to one another and the world.
Rebecca currently serves as Senior Minister at the United Congregational Church of Little Compton, Rhode Island. Over the past 8 years, she led her congregation to embark on new ministries, including participating in the Thriving Congregations Initiative (through a Lily Fund grant), service trips, and new faith formation opportunities for youth and adults. She has also led her church to engage in new social justice ministries, including advocating for local housing affordability, environmental stewardship, becoming an Open and Affirming congregation, and completing a successful Capital Campaign project to make their historic building fully accessible and welcoming to all.
Trinitarian Congregational Church is a dynamic, intergenerational community of faith. Our church, founded in 1826, is located in Concord, Massachusetts. Concord and the surrounding towns offer accessibility to nature, open spaces, and historic landmarks, as well as close proximity to Boston. Our faith is the bedrock of all that we do. Our priorities include attracting and retaining new members of all ages, offering a vibrant and thought-provoking Sunday worship enriched with music, increasing hands-on mission and outreach opportunities, fostering community and social justice, as well as continuing and expanding spiritual nourishment beyond Sunday worship. In addition to strong ministerial leadership, we desire increased collaboration in all aspects of our church.