Meet Our Team

Reverend Kimberly A. Bosley

Rev. Kimberly A. Bosley


Rev. Kimberly Bosley received her Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary, New York City, in 1983, was ordained Deacon that same year.  She was ordained Elder by the NY Conference in 1985. 

Since her ordination, she has been in continuous ministerial service to several NY and CT churches, including United Methodist Church of Danbury, as Associate Pastor, from 1986-1989. 

Rev. Bosley also holds a B.S. in Social Work from West Virginia University and a Master of Social Work from Columbia University.  She also completed the coursework and several years of training toward a certificate at the Westchester Center for Study of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. 

Rev. Bosley’s extensive community service includes the Board of the Monroe Emergency Food Pantry; the Monroe Interfaith Council; the Monroe Task Force to Address Teen Suicide; serving as Volunteer Coordinator, Westchester Lighthouse; and serving as a clergy mentor since 2001.

Andrew Levine

Andrew Levine

Music Director

Andrew Levine has enjoyed a multifaceted career in the performing arts, working as a musician, arts administrator, educator and producer. Currently he serves as the managing director of the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture in lower Manhattan. The Sheen Center, a project of the Archdiocese of New York, offers programming in theater, music, film and talk events (  Previously Andrew served as the Executive Director of the York Theatre Company, the only off Broadway theater company dedicated to producing new musicals and concert revivals of musicals from past years, many in danger of being forgotten.  

Andrew has always been drawn to the power of music to bring us closer to God. He grew up in Brooklyn in the Jewish faith tradition, surrounded by a community deeply affected by the WWII Holocaust. Andrew’s family today is an interfaith family residing in Ridgefield, CT. In the late 90s Andrew was part of the music worship team at Saint Anthony’s in Oceanside, NY. More recently he served as the Music Director for Stevens Memorial Methodist Church and has been a frequent contributor to the Music Ministry at Jesse Lee Methodist Church.  He holds a BMus in piano performance from Manhattan School of Music and a MMus in composition from Georgia Southern University. 

As an educator Andrew served as the resident musical director at the Savannah College of Art and Design for four years and was an adjunct instructor for the musical theater programs at PACE University and The Hartt School after returning to the Northeast. 

Patti Cohen-Hecht

Patti Cohen-Hecht

Church Administrator

Patti Cohen-Hecht is our Church Administrator.  She served as Executive Director of The Volunteer Center Serving Western Connecticut and Temple Beth Abraham in Tarrytown New York. She is a professional consultant, facilitator and trainer for nonprofit organizations. Patti is also a chocolatier and the owner of Patti’s Outrageous Confections. 

In our community, Patti was appointed by Governor Rell as a Commissioner to serve on the  Connecticut Commission on Community Service. She was a board member of the Connecticut Collaborative on Volunteerism, a member of the United Way Community Involvement Impact Council and a member of her Congressional District Advisory Board for the Connecticut Permanent Commission on the Status of Women.  She has served as the Chair of the Connecticut Silent Witness Coalition, Chair of the Children 1st Initiative, President of The United Jewish Center and a Board member of the Jewish Federation. 

In addition, she was a founding member of the Greater Danbury Domestic Violence Task Force, the Pre-School Readiness Council and the Goals 2000 Committee of the Danbury Board of Education.  She has performed locally and regionally in many community theater productions and sat on the Board of Directors for the Southeast Players in Brewster, New York. Patti was honored by the Connecticut National Organization for Women with a Feminist Award in Education and selected by NCJW Greater Hartford Section as, “A Woman Who Dared.” She was honored by the Greater Danbury Section with the Hannah G.Solomon Award.

Patti holds a Bachelor of Science in Theater and Communications from Florida State University. She previously worked as a Radio Personality and Community Affairs Director at several New York and Connecticut radio stations.  Patti is married to Gerald Hecht, they are the proud parents of Matthew, Meagan and Joshua and delighted grandparents of Eliana.