“Safari Sundays” are a series of services in collaboration with the Unitarian Universalists of the Boroughs and Blackstone region, where we travel to fellow congregations as a UU adventure!
On Sunday, July 8, everyone is invited to worship at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Grafton and Upton at 3 Grafton Common in Grafton.
Unity Sunday — Honoring the Spirit of Our Living Tradition celebrates the 450th anniversary of the Edict of Torda, which was the first instance in modern western history of a government intentionally promoting religious tolerance. The ripples of this moment still echo into the present and offer us hope for the future.
Rev. Daniel Gregoire is the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Society of Grafton and Upton and entering his third year of parish ministry there. He is the son of Haitian immigrants. Rev. Daniel is originally from Brooklyn, New York where he grew up in a predominantly Afro-Caribbean neighborhood. He is a graduate of Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York and he has served UU congregations in New York, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.
Please note the service starts at 10:00am. While there is ample curbside parking in Grafton Common, please allow for additional time to find a parking spot.