Month: February 2023

From our Minister

Our life is March weather, savage and serene in one hour. 

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson 

I will admit it. My least favorite month of the year is March. It’s that strange time between Winter and Spring where Mother Nature can’t seem to make up her … read more.

Our Future: a lot going on

The Future of Our Congregation’s Children and Youth Ministries 

If you have not already done so, please be sure to click here and submit your RSVP for the all-congregation meeting on March 12th 11:30AM-1:30PM. We will be exploring the future of our ministries for children and … read more.

Take Part!

It’s Community Dinner Time: Wednesday, March 8 at 6:00pm 

This month’s dinner is sponsored by the UUCD Book Club who will provide homemade soups (vegetarian, vegan, and more), salad, and dessert. After dinner, you will have the option of joining in the choir rehearsal or a … read more.

Upcoming in Religious Education

Children are always welcome in Sunday services. Alternatively, for children who would prefer, we have nursery care as well as a child-led, play-based Religious Education program available during services. Additionally, Our Whole Lives (OWL) Sexuality Education for 7th-8th graders and 10th-11th graders is currently running. … read more.

March Services

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

Events listed after the service are in-person events.

Sunday, March 5    A Story of Unity: Purim 

Revs. Kathleen Rudoff & Sierra-Marie Gerfao with Sally Mandler   

This is a service for all ages and we … read more.

Notes on 200 Years (and More) – March 2023

by Douglas H. Parkhurst 

An Every Member Canvass, sometimes known as a Stewardship Campaign, is and has been (as in many Unitarian Universalist churches) the primary fundraising activity of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury (UUCD). This annual effort takes place in late winter/early spring. It … read more.

Soup Kitchen Corner

On Saturdays members of our Soup Kitchen Teams serve take-out meals that were cooked in volunteers’ homes, bagged sandwiches for lunches and breakfasts and hot lunches for Pacific House also prepared in volunteers’ homes and through donations at the Dorothy Day Soup Kitchen on Spring Street. … read more.

From our Minister

After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.

~ English author, Philip Pullman 

Much of this congregational year our Sunday services and other events have focused on stories: our own stories, the story of our congregational history, stories from … read more.