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Kipp Gilmore-Clough

Associate Pastor - "he, him"

Kipp has been an Elder in the Eastern Pennsylvania Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church since 2003.  He served Cheltenham United Methodist Church from 2003-2007, and was the interim pastor at Solebury United Methodist Church for eight months in 2013-2014.  Other work experience includes serving as a foster care social worker, a hospice care social worker, and an interlude as the interim pastor of Germantown Mennonite Church.  He earned a Ph.D. from the Temple University Department of Religion, focusing on liberal Protestantism and American religious history.  In addition to his congregational work, he is an adjunct professor of religion at two local colleges and universities.

Kipp has lived in the Philadelphia area since 1996.  He is an avid runner who enjoys being active, but also likes to lose himself in a good novel.  Music and singing are among his greatest joys in life, and, when time allows, he brews (and shares) his own beer.