Clergy and staff
Meet the people who keep our church vibrant...
The Reverend Dr. Greg Gray
The Reverend Dr. Greg Gray is originally from Monroe, GA, where he grew up in the church. He graduated from the University of Georgia in 2008 with an AB in Speech Communication and in 2011 with an AB in Music (Voice), and graduated with a Master of Divinity at Candler School of Theology in May 2014. He completed a Master of Sacred Theology at Boston University School of Theology in May 2015, and a Doctor of Ministry also from Boston University School of Theology in May 2018 focusing on the worship practices of the church and how we can make them inclusive of all people through our diverse expressions of liturgy and music. Dr. Gray currently resides in Killingly, CT with his husband, the Reverend Dr. Jonathan Chapman who is the pastor of Westfield United Church of Christ in Danielson.
Timothy is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He grew up attending Immaculate Conception Church in Marlborough, MA, and it was there that he fell in love with church music. Being the son of church musicians, he has sung in choir since 2005 and hasn’t stopped. At Immaculate Conception, he would eventually take up an organ scholar position where he began studies of the instrument and took leadership roles within the choirs. He was named an “Emerging Artist” by the Nashoba Valley Chorale with whom he performed as the tenor soloist in Mozart’s “Regina Caeli”. He also took part in the Massachusetts Music Educator Association’s All-State Choir where he performed at symphony hall in Boston between the years 2015 and 2019. Timothy currently performs with The University of Massachusetts Chamber Choir under the direction of Dr. Tony Thornton. He studies voice with Professor William Hite, and studies conducting with Dr. Morihiko Nakahara. Timothy currently resides with his partner, Miguel Rivera, in Amherst, MA.
Todd joined our staff in 2007 and has done a great job of taking care of our church facility, not an easy feat. We appreciate all of his efforts as he works to keep our buildings in terrific condition… Read more here