His personal experience as the son of Haitian immigrants influences and enriches his ministry. Looking to the future of UUSGU, he said “I see us coming into our own as a congregation after 285 years and ready to share our story more broadly. At this moment we are on fire with hope. I see us ready to step out into the community and the world in new ways, expanding what it means to be a religious community in the 21st century. We are a people called to be more spiritually engaged, boldly compassionate, joyfully welcoming to all and fiercely committed to making real the promise of justice in our world.”
Reverend Daniel recently led a vigil in Grafton honoring the victims of the shooting in Orlando. and currently serves as the Assistant Minister of the Unitarian Society of Germantown in Philadelphia, PA. He received his MDiv from Union Theological Seminary in 2012. He will start at UUSGU on August 1, 2016.
About Rev. Daniel Gregoire http://www.revdanielgregoire.com/