We are a Welcoming Congregation, recognized by the Unitarian Universalist Association. This means we affirm and include people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer at every level of congregational life—in worship, in program, and in social occasions—welcoming them as whole people.… read more.
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Reflect on WELCOME
What’s one of the biggest changes you’ve welcomed into your life that few people know about? Who surprisingly tried to stand in the way of that change? Who surprisingly supported the change?
Tell me about self-acceptance: What part of you is the hardest for … read more.
September Services – One Service at 10:00 a.m.
Sunday, September 3rd – A Cooperative Game – Rev. Craig Schwalenberg
Would you like to play a game? Which game? You choose. The game isn’t important to me. If we play together, then they’re all … read more.
One Service at 10:00 a.m.
Sunday, August 6th – How to Alleviate the Causes of Violence, Suffering and Hate, While Advancing Peace, Justice and Human Dignity – led by Rabbi Ari Rosenberg
Rabbi Rosenberg will discuss the important work that the Association of … read more.
What Programs Will We Offer Kids in 2023-2024?
We are on summer break, but our next program-year launches in September. Spread the word! We are reaching out especially but not exclusively to families with preschool-age children.
On Sunday, September 17th from 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. … 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.
Notes on Two Hundred Years (and More)
by Douglas H. Parkhurst
…Continued from April 2023
Task Force 2001 did substantial work during the first months of 1997. The committee was organized to articulate a vision and chart a five year course of action for the Unitarian Universalist Society … read more.
by John Miglietta, Vice-President
As I sit here in my nice cozy home office as the last of winter is trying to drag me into gloom, I am heartened by this congregation and its vision. One thing that gives me hope is our adoption in 2021 … read more.
by Douglas H. Parkhurst
The formal process leading to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury’s (UUCD’s) move to its present location at 24 Clapboard Ridge Road began in 1996. It was in response to a growing sentiment among parishioners that the group pursue a vision and … read more.
Let’s be as thoughtful about welcoming one another weekly as we are about welcoming newcomers. None of us, kid and adult alike, want to be tokens for a demographic group.
I love when we have visitors and newcomers with kids, and I especially love … read more.