Join us for a service that ponders the salvific quality, or saving power of Beauty. Guest in the pulpit Rev. Daniel Gregoire invites you to hear his personal story of coming to serve a historic congregation, with a 292 year history in the heart of Massachusetts, and how he connects the historic architecture of that place with the universal human quest for deeper truth and meaning found in beauty.
Rev. Daniel Gregoire is the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Society of Grafton and Upton, Massachusetts. Rev. Daniel is a graduate of the celebrated Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York. He has served congregations in New York, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Rev. Daniel lives in North Grafton, Massachusetts with his wife Kate. He is “on fire” for Unitarian Universalism and also enjoys Victorian architecture, Haitian cuisine, Walt Whitman, Early western music, mindfulness meditation and Ritual Studies