Reverend Tom Goldsmith
Rev. Tom Goldsmith began his ministry in Salt Lake City in 1987, after serving two churches in the Boston metropolitan area. He has published widely in both cities, including a regular Op Ed column for the Boston Herald, Modern Bride magazine, various articles in both the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret Morning News, many alternative radical feminist and peace periodicals, and he provided a chapter in God and Country: Politics in Utah, Signature Books, 2005. Rev. Goldsmith has brought his distinct love for jazz to Utah, launching the popular Jazz Vespers program in 1989 and a Folk Vespers series a few years later. He is greatly involved in the interfaith community and has become a regular fixture at peace demonstrations and other human rights events. In 2000, he married Mary Tull, a consultant with Pathway Associates. Together they have five adult children. Mary plays guitar and sings while Tom attempts to play the bass. They love to hike, travel, and are especially drawn to the beauty and serenity of both Torrey, Utah and Bolinas, California.