Each of these services will be led by either in-person clergy or congregants.
Service starts at 10:00 AM at UU Danbury.
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Sunday, April 2nd The Art of Living Brought to you by regional UU young adults
Art is often an expression of the life experiences of those who create it, and the experience of life itself can feel like art. In this service, eight young adults will each share an original art piece or performance that relates to their experience of life.
Sunday, April 9th Celebrating A Centennial Anniversary Rev.s Kathleen Rudoff & Sierra-Marie Gerfao
On this Easter Sunday we will celebrate the 100 year anniversary of Norbert Capek’s Flower Communion with story and song. Please bring a flower to be shared in our special ritual. This is a service for all ages and stages of life. Easter bonnets and wearing flowers of all kinds are strongly encouraged!
Sunday, April 16th Becoming Relevant – Meeting the Challenge Rev. Kathleen Rudoff
Let’s take a look at what is happening in our denomination with regard to becoming more relevant as we consider our own congregation’s relevance and the challenges that work presents. There are people who need our religious community and they need us to be relevant.
Pathway to Membership Class with Rev. Kathleen, Sunday April 16 – The class will start 15 minutes after the service ends (approximately 11:15 start time). It will run for 1.5 hours, and will be held in person at UUCD. In this workshop, you will…
• Learn about Unitarian Universalism
• Discover what UU Danbury can offer you
• Receive information about how to become a member
Sunday, April 23rd Earth Day Team Green
In celebration of Earth Day, please join Team Green for a service offered in conjunction with the Unitarian Universalist Ministry for the Earth.
Sunday, April 30th Theology of Suffering: Getting a Handle on It and Relieving It Rev. Diane M. Daniels
What does it mean to suffer – physically, mentally, emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually? Consider the presence of negative emotions and their role as sources of suffering – are we doomed to suffer, or are there things we can do to understand and relieve our suffering?
Guest preacher Dianne M. Daniels is a born-and-bred Detroiter who relocated to Connecticut to be with the love of her life, her husband of 32 years, Aaron L. Daniels. They have three grown children and one grandson, and Dianne enjoys guest-preaching at UU Churches throughout Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.