The Rev. David M Kohlmeier describes himself as “a pastor, parent, radical theologian, occasional poet, and flawed human being.”

A proud native Appalachian, he graduated from West Virginia State University in 2012 with a BA in English Literature, and with Minors in Philosophy and Writing.

He moved to Massachusetts for seminary, graduating from Andover Newton Theological School with a Master of Divinity degree in 2016. His seminary also awarded him a Certificate in Interfaith Leadership for his focused study and interfaith work on the Qur’an and Islam, and inducted him into the Jonathan Edwards Honor Society, for seminary students “of superior academic achievement, high moral character, and demonstrated promise of leadership.”

Rev. David became the third settled minister of the UU Fellowship of Falmouth in July of 2017.

He currently resides in Falmouth with his husband and their young family.