April Sunday Services

April Services – One Service at 10 am

Sunday, April 7                                                
Sustain the Flame                                    Rev. Tony Lorenzen

Rev. Tony is joined by members of the congregation for Stewardship Sunday. Rev. Tony will wrap up their reflections by pondering what it means to put our religious identity at the center of our lives and our children at the center of our congregational life.

Our Share-the-Plate offering will go to the Interfaith AIDS Ministry (IAM). Interfaith AIDS Ministry of Greater Danbury, Inc. is a non-profit organization responding to the critical needs of individuals and families infected and affected by the HIV/AIDS virus.  Interfaith AIDS Ministry of Greater Danbury, Inc. offers unconditional, critical support services to individuals and families facing the nutritional, physical and emotional challenges of living with HIV/AIDS while providing vital educational and prevention programs that respond to thegreater community since 1989.  IAM operates THE LIVING PANTRY, the only shopper’s choice food/personal care item pantry in the region with a nutritionist on staff that seeks to meet the specific nutritional needs of people living with HIV/AIDS and their families. 

Sunday, April 14
Declarations of Interdependence                         Rev. Tony Lorenzen

Rev. Tony reflects on how we declare and demonstrate interdependence in contract to independence.                                                                                                   

Sunday, April 21     
The Circle of Life Does Not Require Roundup       Marcia Brooker and Mary Ann Kulla

Join us for a morning of poetry and song, presented by poets, poetry lovers and the UUCD Choir, who will perform a song inspired by Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb. Mary Ann Kula will speak on repairing the circle of life.

Sunday, April 28                                
An Interdependent Community                         Rev. Tony Lorenzen

Rev. Tony reflects on all the ways members of faith community depend on each other and the importance of a common understanding of what it means to belong to a community.