ONLINE Worship via Zoom NO IN-PERSON WORSHIP THIS SUNDAY n 1845, Margaret Fuller wrote, “We would have every path laid open to Woman as freely as to Man.” In 1977, the UUA General Assembly unanimously adopted a resolution calling upon our congregations and members to examine sex role stereotypes and to work to end sexist language…
Members that have joined DUUF in the past year and people considering joining are invited to meet with the minister and congregational leaders for an informational gathering. This program is a prelude to the New Member Sunday on April 11, when new members will be recognized and introduced to the fellowship during the worship service.…
This open group started a new book on January 25: Fire in the Heart: How White Activists Embrace Racial Justice by Mark Warren. For more information and to get on the email list, email Deb Matthews at email@example.com. Join us online here
Join us for a weekly meditation and reflection group. Lectio Divina originated as a monastic practice of scripture reading, meditation, prayer and action. This group utilizes various authors and scripture as our written word for reflection. Please feel free to join us as you can. All are welcome. Join us online here.
Join us for a brief worship service each Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m. If you like, stay after the service for a group discussion on the monthly theme. Join us online here.
Please join us for discussion with no prepared topic fostering friendship and collaboration. All who identify as men are welcome. This group is open to DUUF members and the wider community. We meet on the first and third Mondays. Join us online here. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
All are welcome to observe this monthly meeting. Join us online here.
Join us in planning to provide resources and respond to the needs of the fellowship. Join us online here. Questions? Contact email@example.com.