Letters Of Reference

This letter is from the priest at St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Mountain Home, AR:

Dear Tom,

I am writing to thank you for making our Christmas Eve services so special. I can’t tell you how great it was to have you sit with me and the children and share your incredible voice and talent with us. As I said to you, I heard you singing “In the Bleak Midwinter” for several days after Christmas. You have a sincere and soulful quality to your voice that makes it sit well in our ears. God has given you a great gift and you are making good use of it, I think. It was truly a blessing to have you here.

In Christ’s Love,

The Reverend Pamela S. Morgan
Vicar, St. Andrews
Mountain Home, AR

This letter is from the music director at Unity Church of Austin, TX:

Dear Tom,

Thank you so much for performing at the Unity Church of Austin. We were blessed to have such an engaging and entertaining artist like yourself share your gift with us. It was joy to hear music that both enlightened and inspired. Your insightful songs were the perfect compliment to the Unity message. The congregational response was overwhelming, and we are all eager for you to return. It was a pleasure to work with you, and we look forward to seeing you again at Unity!

Blessings,

Gary Michael Bass, Music Director
Unity of Austin
Austin, TX

This letter if from the minister at Unity Church of Fort Collins (CO):

Dear Friends,

It has been our pleasure to have Tom Kimmel share his music and poetry with our Unity Church family. His peaceful presence combined with his spirit-filled voice is a most wonderful experience. He causes one to pause, remember, contemplate, laugh and cry. His words and voice entertain, inspire and sooth. What a treat and blessing Tom is. What a treasured gift he shares with the world. We look forward to having Tom with us again.

In Unity,

Lynn Kendall, Spiritual Leader
Unity Church of Fort Collins
Fort Collins, Colorado

This letter is from the priest at St. Augustine’s Episcopal Chapel at Vanderbilt University in Nashville:

Dear Friends,

Grace and peace. I am writing on behalf of Tom Kimmel who recently played several of his songs from his record at our church service. His angelic voice carried with it grace and humility and it set the tone for a moving and beautiful service. Tom is a wonderful offering to church communities and gatherings where people are ready for their ears to be opened and their hearts to burn with a message that is tender and full of love. He is amazing.

In peace,

The Reverend Becca Stevens,
Chaplain, St. Augustine’s
Executive Director, Magdalene House
Nashville, TN

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