Yes, this is my final newsletter column as your Consulting Minister and, no, I’m not looking forward to saying goodbye! And while you will truly always be in my heart, it is not true that “there are no goodbyes for us”. I believe it is … read more.
Month: May 2023
Sunday, June 4th Religious Education Sunday: On Mutuality
This service for all ages will be a celebration of ministries for children and youth. After the service, please head outside and down the pathway to the exterior doors of the Fellowship Hall’s lower level for a brief … read more.
Our Little Community Library
With a big thanks to Melody Levy and Gary Mummert, we now have a “Little Community Library”/book exchange box outside the lower level doors of the Fellowship Hall. This is an invitation for kids to share books with one another. If you … read more.
Our congregation’s Annual Meeting is Sunday, June 4th after the service. All are welcome to attend and only members can vote. A Budget Town Hall was held on Thursday May 25th live and via Zoom.
Thinking of the budget reminds me of this spring’s “Joy of … read more.
The UUCD Instagram Up and Running
If you use the Instagram app on your smartphone or device, give the new uudanbury page a follow! Before or after running a program or event, photos and text can be sent to Heather Smith for sharing on Instagram. Ask … read more.
From Buildings and Grounds
A Great Big Thanks from B&G
On Saturday, May 13th, we had a great and energetic crew come out to assist with care of the grounds and plantings. Many thanks to Barb Myers for organizing and communicating about the clean-up day. In addition, … read more.
Please join us for Rev. Kathleen’s Farewell Party immediately following the June 11th service.
Notes on Two Hundred Years (and More)
by Douglas H. Parkhurst
The Connecticut Universalist Convention was organized in New Haven on May 9, 1832, as the state-wide governing body of Universalist churches and societies. Within the next few years three regional associations were also established in the … read more.
Thank you again for your generous support of DARA and our mission. We couldn’t do the vital work of helping our Danbury area refugee families without our generous donors. The donation from your congregation was sizable and allowed our young clients to take additional steps towards independence … read more.