Category: From Our Newsletter

Notes on Two Hundred Years (and More)-May 2022

by Douglas H. Parkhurst

Of enduring interest to Unitarian Universalists (UUs), and of some curiosity too, is the symbol of the “off-center cross,” a circle enclosing open space with a small Latin cross in the lower left quadrant. It was and still is used today by … read more.

From the Board of Trustees

by Michele Cousens,
Co-President

As you read this, UU Danbury will have just ended a successful Stewardship Campaign. Thanks to Captain Peter Horton, and to all of you who pledged for our 2022-2023 congregational year – we will all benefit from your generosity!

Now, what to … read more.

From our Minister / April 2022 

Generosity is the most natural outward expression of an inner attitude of compassion and loving-kindness.

~ Dalai Lama 

April is a month where we’re never quite sure what we’re going to get. It might be sunny and 70 degrees, or it might offer a last blast … read more.

Questions for the Minister

  
For the remainder of this congregational year, Rev. Kathleen will answer a question that has been frequently asked by members of the congregation. 

“I miss the way we used to drop stones in a bowl during Milestones.
Are you going to put that back in the … read more.

UUCD’s New Website 

by Nancy Cullen

The old website needed updating and we pitched in. With time on my hands and experience adding content to WordPress websites, I began work on the new website in November 2021 – hoping to be finished by January. The process is like assembling … read more.

Book Conversation Group

On Thursday, April 21st , the Book Conversation Group will be discussing “Mine!” by Michael Helter and James Salzman. It explores the topic of ownership and how the hidden rules of ownership control our lives. For example, why is plagiarism wrong, but it’s OK to … read more.