Welcome Visitors, Friends and Members

 Sunday, February 1 - Two Services - 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Rev. Barbara Fast will lead the services on Economic Justice: What do Our Values Say?  We will look at the rising economic inequality.  How did we get here, where do we want to go?  What encourages the greatest “health”?

 

 
 

Inspirational Quote:

“It took me a while to understand the insidious ways oppression works, how it buries itself so deep inside the oppressed, that the oppressor no longer needs to do anything. 

He can just sit back and watch as the oppressed take it out on themselves and each other.”

-        From "I Was a Civil Right's Baby" delivered by Luchina Fisher, January 25, 2015 
 

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury, (UU Danbury), is an open religious community that welcomes a diversity of people, ideas and beliefs. We celebrate together that which is good in life, and offer comfort and care in times of need. With others, we work to create a just society and a sustainable earth. We stand as a beacon of independent thought and encourage lifelong spiritual and intellectual exploration.