Rev. Greg M. Doll is the Senior Pastor at Noroton Presbyterian Church (NPC) in Darien, serving in that role since 2018.
Previously, Greg served as an associate pastor at NPC for nine years, as the pastor of the McComb First Presbyterian Church in McComb, Ohio, and of the Riceville Presbyterian Church in Asheville, North Carolina.
Greg has also been an active member of the Darien community for over 16 years as a dad, coach, and mentor as well as providing pastoral care to many in the community. In between his roles at NPC, he was a partner at the Life Solution Center in Darien, CT, where he served as a student-athlete mentor and character coach, a crisis chaplain to support and guide individuals going through life transitions and challenges and a spiritual director. He also served as the Chaplain for the New York City Football Club, and has been a regular guest chapel speaker for the NY Giants. In addition, Greg has been a special advisor to the Darien High School Varsity Football Team and on the Board of Directors for the Darien Little League. He also co-hosted a weekly radio show called The Rabbi and The Reverend.
He received a Master of Divinity degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in 1999.
In his free time, Greg enjoys coaching his kids’ athletic teams (he’s coached over 35 teams!), fly-fishing, reading and cheering on his beloved Boston Red Sox and Kentucky Wildcats. During his college years at the University of Kentucky, he was a member of the Wildcats football team and Vice-President of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Greg and his wife, Kimberly, have three children, Eliot, Amelia and Simeon, and their faithful dog, Abraham.