Knowing who your Ancestors were – about their lives, their struggles and their victories – can help you to understand who you are, and how you are. You can learn about their strengths, their culture and language, and the foundations of what contributed to making you who you are today, and what qualities have been passed along to you by people you may never have been blessed to meet, but who live on through you.
Guest preacher Dianne M. Daniels is a born-and-bred Detroiter who relocated to Connecticut to be with the love of her life, her husband of 30 years, Aaron L. Daniels. They have three grown children and one adorable grandson, and are pet parents to a rescued Greyhound named Duke. Dianne joined the Unitarian Universalist Church of Norwich in 1997 and has served in multiple positions, including President of the congregation. In the Fall of 2016, Dianne enrolled in the Master of Divinity program at the Starr King School for the Ministry and is currently serving a two-year Internship at the Unitarian Society of Hartford, CT.