Dan Griswold is pastor of Trinity Reformed Church in Rochester, NY.  He is the author of Triune Eternality: God’s Relationship to Time in the Theology of Karl Barth (Fortress, 2015). He served for two years as the moderator of the Reformed Church in America’s Commission on Theology, and has taught for Western Theological Seminary, Perkins School of Theology, and Austin College.

A classically trained musician, Dan’s primary instrument is viola, which he began playing in 1972, but he also plays guitar and violin. He is a member of the Penfield Symphony Orchestra, the Cordancia Chamber Orchestra, and a string quartet that performs in the Rochester area under the name “Music for a Summer Evening.”

Before entering parish ministry, Dan was Instructional Technology Coordinator at Perkins.

Dan is married to Tammi and is the father of Bethany, Jonathan, and Christopher.