We’re so glad you’re here.
There is so much to share about this wonderful, spiritual place – we can’t possibly fit everything on a website. The absolute best way to learn about us is to come for a visit. Come to a service on Sunday at 10:30 AM to see what a service is like, meet people, and learn all about us. We invite you to stay for refreshments afterwards, ask any questions you desire, and come back a few more times before you decide if we’re a good fit as your spiritual home. Not all services are the same.
“Whether you have been with this community a decade or more,
or this is your first time visiting,
WE WELCOME YOU.
Whatever the faith and traditions of your past –
whatever your theological stance – whatever your heritage –
whoever you are, and whomever you love,
WE WELCOME YOU!”
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury reflects the ongoing religious exploration of its members. Unlike most religions, Unitarian Universalism does not have a creed. Like our founders, we are bound together by covenant – the promises we make to one another as members of one congregation. We draw from many sources for inspiration – words and deeds of prophetic women and men, wisdom from the world’s religions, Jewish, Christian, Humanist, and Earth-centered teachings, and our own direct experience of mystery and wonder.
We hope you visit soon.