The Rev. Daniel Dice, Class of 2008, has been called as the seventh rector of St. John’s parish, Duxbury, Massachusetts.
Dice has been serving as Interim Rector at St. James Cathedral, Chicago, after previously serving as Interim at the Church of the Atonement in that city. Previously, he served three parishes in Atlanta, Georgia, and one in Brooklyn, NY. He was born in Columbus, Ohio, and grew up in the small town of Beavercreek, outside of Dayton.
He was graduated from Miami University, in Oxford, Ohio, and from law school before practicing law for seven years. While at General he served at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and parishes in the West Village and in Baltimore, Maryland. His Massachusetts roots date back to 1636, and both he and his husband, Mannie Kachintagsa, are thrilled to be “coming home” to Duxbury.
Dice’s first day as rector of St. John’s will be on December 1st. The first Sunday in Advent will be his first Sunday service.