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.

Green Action

Team Green develops programs to promote positive environmental actions at the personal, congregational and community levels.

Solar Panels installed in 2017

Wildflowers planted for pollinators on UUCD property

On-site organic garden and composting

In 2018 UUCDanbury received a Level Three Award from the Green … read more.

A Green Sanctuary

We are working toward being a Green Sanctuary as a vision of healthier, more sustainable future.

We received a Green House of Worship Award from the Interreligious Eco-Justice Network in April 2018.

We were the first house of worship in our area to go solar (2017). We … read more.

June Sunday Services

One Service at 10 am

June 2                    
The Ocean (a Senior High and Bridging Sunday Service)

On this Sunday Our Senior High Youth Group will lead the service with an ocean theme. We will also have a bridging ceremony honoring those group participants who are transitioning out of youth … read more.

April Events

Group for Caregivers of LGBTQIA+ Young People

Parents of LGBTQIA+ young people, please join us in gathering on the first Friday of every month from 7:30-9PM for mutual support and celebration of our kids. Our February meeting will take place on February 2nd.  Please RSVP to … read more.

Spiritual Challenge

SPIRITUAL CHALLENGE  – Experience a Poverty Simulation

It’s one thing to value justice and equity, but an entirely different thing to experience what life is like for those whose lives are defined by injustice and inequity. My challenge to you this month is to experience one or … read more.

From Our Minister

“Giving Everyone What They Deserve”

Dear Beloveds,

Justice is defined in classical philosophy as giving each their due – or giving everyone what they deserve.  Justice is often discussed as if it is fairness. It’s hard to find anyone who doesn’t want justice done – people … read more.

Notes on 200 Years and More

Notes on Two Hundred Years (and More)

by Douglas H. Parkhurst

The past few ‘Notes on 200 Years…’ articles focused on people and events from the first part of the twentieth back to the late eighteenth centuries. This month we will look at more recent happenings at … read more.

December – SPIRITUAL CHALLENGE – Embrace Ambiguity and Paradox

SPIRITUAL CHALLENGEEmbrace Ambiguity and Paradox.

The winter holiday season presents many opportunities for meandering in mystery, intentionally inhabiting liminal space, wandering in wonder, and exploring ambiguities.  This is my challenge to you this December – Embrace ambiguity and paradox.

Virgins can’t give birth, the Roman … read more.

From our Minister

How My Family and I became White

Dear Beloveds,

Our theme for October is Heritage. My Sundays with you during the coming month will touch upon various aspects of Heritage including how our Unitarian Universalist heritage is changing, how the re-emerging field of epigenetics is influencing how … read more.