Gregory Reynolds

Gregory Reynolds
Gregory Reynolds is pastor emeritus of Amoskeag Presbyterian Church (OPC). Born in Boston, he studied architecture at the Boston Architectural Center, became a Christian in 1971 in Cambridge, MA, and went on to study with Dr. Francis Schaeffer at L’Abri Fellowship in Switzerland. He is a graduate of the Covenant College, Westminster Theological Seminary, and Westminster Seminary in California. He is editor of Ordained Servant: A Journal for Church Officers and has written many articles, reviews, and The Word Is Worth a Thousand Pictures: Preaching in the Electronic Age, and Yuletide: Poems and Artwork. He has lectured in seminaries and conducted numerous seminars. His interests lie in homiletics, media ecology, poetry, and photography. He and his wife Robin have three children and six grandchildren.

Recent Essays

Monson, Maine’s Fascinating Story: A Review of Here & Everywhere Else

Manchester, NH. The prospect of moving from our little cottage in New Hampshire causes me great pain. Why? Because I am a creature of...

Little Diamond

Little Diamond, an island bounded by the crisp waters of Casco Bay, is a rare sanctuary from the madness and modern life. Gregory Reynolds takes readers on a journey through the stages of its beauty.

In Pursuit of Jimmie Ricker’s Farm

It was hard to resist. John Harrigan’s portrait of Great North Woods stump farmer Jimmie Ricker in our local newspaper compelled me to drive...