Pilgrim Congregational Church in Nashua celebrates installation of Rev. LaMontagne
LaMontagne was born in Transylvania, Romania. As a teenager, she moved to Hungary with her family and began a lifelong pursuit of knowledge.
In 2000, she received a master of arts in religion with a concentration in couples counseling and pastoral care from Lancaster Theological Seminary in Lancaster, Pa.
In 2001, LaMontagne was awarded a scholarship to study in Cambridge, England.
She studied ecumenical thought and interfaith dialogue at the Centre for Jewish-Christian Relations and received her third master’s degree in 2004 in Jewish-Christian Relations.
In 2008, she published her dissertation entitled “The Joseph Story in the Rabbinical Literature”.
Then she added that she has never seen a vampire – except in the movies.
Her leadership style focuses on consensus building.
Pilgrim Church invites everyone to visit and meet LaMontagne and to watch for announcements of future events.
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