Month: October 2022

From Our Minister

Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance. ~ Eckhart Tolle 

Just a couple of years ago, my husband Phil and I wrote and published a series of gratitude journals. We did this because both of us experienced … read more.

Music at the Ridge Jan. 8, 2023

Tickets are now on sale at, or through Join us!!

Sally Rogers and Howie Bursen

Since their 1981 Greenwich Village coffeehouse encounter this duo has built a folk reputation throughout the U.S.A. and Canada, even appearing on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home … read more.

Living our “green” values

From Team Green  by Barbara Myers 

We were all proud in 2018 when UU Danbury was awarded a Level 3 “Green House of Worship” certificate by the Inter-religious Eco-Justice Network of CT. Perhaps you have seen it hanging over the water fountain in our Fellowship … read more.

Community Action – Nov. 2022

Community Spotlight: Interfaith AIDS Ministry of Greater Danbury

In 1989, a coalition of faith communities in the Greater Danbury area responded to the critical needs of individuals and families infected and affected by the HIV/AIDS virus by forming the Interfaith AIDS Ministry (IAM) of Greater … read more.

Upcoming Events

Organizing a Thanksgiving Dinner 

Some of us have been talking about creating a Thanksgiving dinner together in Fellowship Hall where each of us brings a dish to share, and we break bread and celebrate together– kind of on the model of the Passover Seders we had … read more.

Upcoming in Religious Education Nov. 2022

The nursery is open for children ages 0-5 every Sunday during service. Our nursery care providers are eager to welcome your children! We also offer regular programming open to children in preschool through high school. 

Sunday, November 6 – Regular Sunday morning programs 

Sunday, November … read more.

Notes on 200 Years (and More) – Nov. 2022

by Douglas H. Parkhurst 

Danbury Universalists, both before and after organizing in 1822, met in a variety of locations. These included private homes, a schoolhouse in Great Plain, and perhaps even in barns and the open air when weather permitted. Later the group began meeting in … read more.

November Services

One Service at 10:00 AM at UUCD
and via Zoom email for Zoom link

Sunday, November 6      What Are You Doing Here?     Rev. Daniel O’Connell

Through old and new religious voices, this persistent question endures. It is asked of individuals, groups, even– congregations. 

Rev. Dr. Daniel O’Connell, comes from … read more.

From our Minister October 2022

Letting there be room for not knowing is the most important thing of all. ~ Pema Chodron 

In a recent online conversation about what to expect from our religious education programming this new congregational year, I talked about liminal seasons and asserted that we … read more.