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Rector

Phone: (301) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
All Saints Episcopal Church
106 West Church Street
Frederick, Maryland 21701
United States

Company Description: The All Saints' Men's Group provides a 3-prong approach to men's ministry. Our time spent together in worship is primary. To that end we sponsor a monthly breakfast...   more
Background

Education

  • Master of Divinity degree
    General Theological Seminary
  • Divinity School of Vanderbilt University
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Tom Momberg ...
allsaintsmd.org, 3 Oct 2008 [cached]
Tom Momberg
SERVICE SCHEDULE
www.americancathedral.org, 20 Jan 2007 [cached]
Called as rector of All Saints' last November, Thomas Momberg had served for six years as an associate rector for pastoral care and social justice ministries at Church of the Holy Communion, Memphis, Tennessee - the congregation in which he was active in his teenage years as a chorister, acolyte, and youth group member."I was caring for people there whose newspapers I used to throw in high school."Thomas Momberg earned his AB in ethnomusicology at Brown University and his Master of Divinity degree at General Theological Seminary.Ordained priest in 1986 in the Diocese of Chicago, he has served congregations there as well as in Western Pennsylvania, Kansas and West Tennessee.Born in Ohio, Tom is married to the Rev. Eyleen Farmer and has two children.
July 20 The Rev. Eyleen H. Farmer is the Associate Rector for Youth Ministries at Calvary Episcopal Church in Memphis, Tennessee.Eyleen Farmer received her bachelor's degree in history and a Master of Arts in Teaching, both from the University of Memphis.She graduated from the Divinity School of Vanderbilt University in 1992 and was ordained in the Baptist Church at in 1994, followed by several years of service as chaplain at Methodist Hospice in Memphis.She was confirmed in the Episcopal Church in 2003 and ordained to the priesthood in January, 2007.
Father Thomas Momberg, ...
www.keeneybasford.com, 7 Dec 2012 [cached]
Father Thomas Momberg, Rector of the church, will officiate.
All Saints' Episcopal Church rector ...
www.fredericknewspost.com, 10 Sept 2011 [cached]
All Saints' Episcopal Church rector Tom Momberg was serving as a priest at a small Memphis, Tenn., church in 2001. After Sept. 11, attendance at the church doubled in the following weeks, from an average of 25 to 50.
"Houses of worship, churches, synagogues, mosques, are places where people come at times of great distress and trial," he said.
As the congregation was trying to make sense of what happened, Momberg led them in a meditation based on compassion and a time of silence to reflect on what happened.
It was not what many people wanted to hear at the time, Momberg said, but 10 years after 9/11 he is still hearing there is a need for compassion.
But it's not easy.
"How can I have compassion at the same time for someone that hates Muslims and someone who is Muslim? Momberg said. "That's not a question that I suggest has an easy answer."
Over his 25 years as an Episcopal priest, Momberg has participated in interfaith dialogues dating back to his days at General Theological Seminary in New York City, when he tackled subjects pertaining to Jewish-Christian dialogue.
Momberg referred to those experiences as the beginning of his desire to learn more about his own faith and other faiths.
"The best way to know more about your own faith is to learn more about other faiths," he said. "When we are afraid to learn about other religions ... in a way we are also afraid to learn more about our own."
In his experience, the more he learns about his faith, the more curious he is to learn about other faiths.
Moving forward, Momberg believes listening is key to easing religious tension and conflicts.
Ways to ease that tension include coming together at an interfaith service and daring to pray and share a meal or conversation together, he said.
"It's about coming together, sharing faith with one another and being willing to believe that someone else has something to teach you," Momberg said.
All Saints' Episcopal Church
www.allsaintsmd.org, 22 Jan 2012 [cached]
-The Rev. Thomas A. Momberg guest preacher at Evangelical Lutheran Church
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