Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton (she/hers) is the associate pastor at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Kensington, Her previous service includes time as a chaplain at Saint Elizabeths Hospital and MedStar Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC. She holds M.Div (2017) and M.A. (2013) degrees from Wesley Theological Seminary and is a certified Mental Health First Aid instructor. Pastor Kate is passionate about ministry with those experiencing mental illness, walking alongside the LGBTQ+ community, anti-racism and social justice advocacy. She also serves on the board of Young Clergy Women International, an organization supporting over 1,600 clergywomen under 40 around the world. Her hobbies include writing, fostering for her local animal shelter and collecting (and using) fountain pens. Pastor Kate identifies as queer and resides with her spouse Andrew in Annandale, VA.
Rev. Kate will begin with Trinity on July 1st check back for more contact information for Rev. Kate then.
Rev. Kate Mackereth Fulton – beginning with Trinity July 1, 2022
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Our Leadership Structure
A Discipleship Council of 12 members oversees our mission and ministry with people of all ages. They set the spiritual vision of the church and help us to Follow the Joyful Way of Christ.
An Administrative Council of 12 members handles the finances, building, and staff needs. They are committed to stewarding the resources of the church in ways that support our mission and ministry.