Follen Church Society-Unitarian Universalist
Follen Community Church
|Architect||Rev. Charles Follen|
|NRHP reference #||76000242|
|Added to NRHP||April 30, 1976|
The church is named for Charles Follen who was the first minister called by the church, in 1835. Follen served the congregation from 1835–1836 and from 1839-1840. Ralph Waldo Emerson was the interim minister of the congregation, then called the Second Congregational Society in Lexington, from 1836 to 1838. This was his last ministerial position.
As of August, 2013, Rev. Claire Feingold Thoryn has joined Follen as the church's settled minister, assisted by Rev. Susanne Skubik Intriligator as Director of Community Engagement. Deb Weiner is the interim Director of Religious Education. Vivian Montgomery is the interim Director of Music.
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