Category: 2. From Our Newsletter

From our Minister, Rev. Tony Lorenzen

“Do Over”

Dear Beloveds,

When my son was four years old, we went to an amusement park and one of the things we did that day was play mini-golf. He loved it! He became a mini-golf aficionado. We couldn’t pass a mini-golf course without him begging to … 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.

From the Board of Trustees

Annual Meeting         

Please attend the June 2nd Annual Meeting at 11:30 after the service. Members will vote on the 2024-25 budget for UUCD and elect at least one new Board member – hopefully two. Childcare will be provided in the form of a simultaneous Children’s Annual … read more.

Ministry/Team News

Our Caring Circle is Available

Our ‘Care Coordinator’ receives requests and answers questions for the Caring Circle.

Andrea Andersen is the contact person for June. Donna Lawrence is the assistant.

If you have a need, please contact Andrea .

Please note that your call will be returned as quickly as possible … read more.

June Upcoming Events

Chair Exercises at UUCD

Gentle Stretching using a chair – Breathing exercises – Laughter

            Chair Exercises Classes are starting again at UUCD for women and men.  Classes are FREE. The importance for seniors to maintain flexibility and mobility cannot be overstated. So often … read more.

Notes on 200 Years and More

Notes on Two Hundred Years (and More)

by Douglas H. Parkhurst

Continued from May 2024…

The Rev. John P. Christensen, then in his mid-thirties, arrived at First Universalist Church, now Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury, in the autumn of 1948. A 1945 graduate of Tufts College, he earned … read more.

From Our Minister, Rev. Tony Lorenzen

“Through the Other’s Eyes”

Dear Beloveds,

One of the most important and powerful moments of grace we can experience is to see the world through the other’s eyes. Even with the people we love the most in our most intimate relationships, we can never actually know what … read more.

May Sunday Services

May Services – One Service at 10am

May 5                               
Love Across Enduring Lines of Difference                          
Katie Grosh

How do we handle encounters with fundamental differences? Katie Grosh (MDiv ’22, Yale Divinity School) will share from her experiences working in interfaith chaplaincy, environmental sciences, and with the … read more.