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Rev. Kathleen Remund

Rev. Kathleen Remund

Area clergy, members and friends of the Menomonie First Congregational UCC Church gathered on Jan. 21 for the installation of Rev. Kathleen Remund who has been serving the congregation since September 2016.

The ceremony was full of joy and the sanctuary rang with inspiring music provided by music director Mark Pruett, the Chancel Choir under the direction of Thom Flug and special accompaniment by Ted Bensen.

For the past 10 years, Remund served United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities as director of church relations, engaging congregations and the wider church. She also helped to build the seminary’s flagship program, the Kaleo Center for Faith, Justice & Social Transformation.

Remund has served multiple congregations in a variety of roles, including community outreach, social ministry and church administration. She and her family recently moved to Menomonie.

The Menomonie First Congregational UCC (420 Wilson Ave.) is an open and affirming congregation offering welcome to persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities. First Congregational has also been a Just Peace church since 1989.

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