Reverend Megan Berkowitz
Raised in a mixed Catholic and Jewish family, Rev. Megan has seen from the start that wisdom comes from diverse traditions and experiences. Her college years included a personal exploration of her own faith, as well as leading retreats and interfaith conversations in the wider student body. Weaving together her interests in religious community life and mental health throughout her time in seminary at BU, Megan served as a student minister at the Church of the Covenant in Boston, as a school social worker at a Catholic high school, and as a counselor at a community mental health center in Somerville. In her time outside of work, Megan enjoys creative pursuits such as knitting, embroidery, quilting, and printmaking, which she incorporates with a deep focus on embodiment into her spiritual life.
Megan completed a dual Master of Divinity and Master of Social Work program at Boston University in 2021. During that course of study, she also earned a certificate in Faith and Ecological Justice. She earned her undergraduate degree at Tufts University, where she majored in Biology and English. Megan and her wife, Leila, live in Weston.
Dooseon Woo is the pianist/organist at the Congregational Church of Weston since 2018. In addition to playing at church, she is an experienced dance pianist, having worked with major dance organizations such as Boston Ballet, Mark Morris Dance Group and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. In South Korea, she conducted churches’ choirs for many years and was invited to conduct the Samsung-Tesco Homeplus Employee Choir in 2010. As a music educator and certified Dalcroze teacher, she teaches classes and leads workshops in the USA and South Korea. She received a Master of Music Education from Sungshin Women’s University in Seoul, South Korea. Her article, The Study of Teaching Choir Based on the Dalcroze Approach, was published by the Korean Association of Arts Education.