Rev. Reebee Kavich Girash is a United Church of Christ minister. She is the Pastor of Pilgrim Congregational Church, UCC in Lexington, Massachusetts. She previously served several churches in Eastern Massachusetts in settled and interim roles. She also serves as the Denominational Counselor to United Church of Christ Students and Instructor on Church Polity at Harvard Divinity School, where she received her M.Div. in 2002.
In addition to parish ministry, she is a climate activist, having served on the Leadership Team of the Massachusetts Interfaith Coalition for Climate Action, the Working Board of Better Future Project and as the Outreach Coordinator for Religious Witness for the Earth. She is a Boundary Awareness Trainer for the Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ. She previously served on the Racial Justice Taskforce of the Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ.
She lives with her husband and son in Arlington, MA. Her hobbies include baking, cycling and hiking. The header photo on this blog was taken by Reebee on a family hike up Mount Monroe in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.