Rev. Tom Reid (he/him) has been serving as pastor of Newton Presbyterian Church since July of 2021. He was ordained as a minister of Word & Sacrament within the Presbyterian Church (USA) in January 2021. Tom also continues to serve as the associate director of the Miller Center for Interreligious Learning and Leadership of Hebrew College in Newton Centre, MA. Central to his ministry is a commitment to interreligious engagement, social justice, and anti-racism efforts. Tom is an active writer and educator working with students, professionals, and community members to build authentic relationships across difference and to develop the skills and resources necessary to engage respectfully and lovingly in our pluralistic country and world.
Before changing careers to ordained ministry, Tom spent over ten years working in a variety of fields including: clean energy in Boston, environmental and green building consulting in Boston and Dubai, and business education in Madrid, Spain.
Originally from Kansas, Tom holds a BA with honors from the University of Kansas in Environmental Studies, Latin American Studies, and Spanish, an MA in Contemporary European Politics, Policy, and Society funded by a Fulbright grant to the European Union, and an MDiv from Boston University School of Theology with a certificate in Religion and Conflict Transformation. Currently, Tom lives in Cambridge, MA with his husband David.
Esther Tambe, Class of 2022
Kweku Donkor, Class of 2023
Mary Lou Smith, Class of 2023
David Penn, Class of 2024
Kathy Barnes, Class of 2024
Rev. Tom Reid, Moderator
Allison Penn, Class of 2022
Jack Holder, Class of 2023
Laura McTaggart, Class of 2024
Hope Mugerwa, Class of 2024
Clerk of Session & Financial Secretary
Contact: Rev. Tom Reid
Emergency: (617) 564-3314
Prayer Requests: NewtonPresbyterian@gmail.com
Deacon Contact: Laura McTaggart, LMcTaggart@Comcast.net
Youth Ministry: David Penn, DPenn@BU.edu
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