This Sunday

Jan. 31: “Imaginatively Living our Seventh Principle” with Rev. Karen Madrone

Let us learn more about how UUs are connected across geographic areas, our connections with the Unitarian Universalist Association and how we’re even connected to UUs across the globe!

Connections

Connections

Connections have never been more important. We have several ways to connect from Sunday services to small group discussions, a book discussion or one of our luncheon groups. At this point we are 100% virtual but have found caring, sharing and laughter to be good for the soul regardless of the venue. Check out our recurring events or contact our minister for more information.

Inspiration

Inspiration

Inspiration comes in many forms. Unitarian Universalists explore various spiritual practices as we aspire to live our seven principles. Prayer, meditation, drumming, time in nature, and the arts are all paths to better understanding our role on earth and our relationship with each other. Join us for Sunday services which start at 10:15.

Education

Education

Education is the key to personal growth. Both youth and adults are encouraged to learn about how we live and apply our principles in our lives and the world. We have a vibrant Religious Education program that serves children, youth, and their parents. In addition, we have ongoing book club conversations and other opportunities for learning and connecting. For more information, contact our Director of Religious Education.

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Dick Zaker
UUFD has been my religious and intellectual home for more than 20 years. Plus, the people here are just so interesting
Vern Thistlethwaite

I am a member of UUFD because I wish to be a part of fellowship of people who work to improve the lives we touch without asking us to subscribe to supernatural beliefs.

Joyce Throneburg

For 30 years I have been a member UUFD where we value respectful debate, spiritual renewal, commitment to the common good. My husband and I raised our children here and have developed many deep friendships that we cherish.

Amy Stockwell

In addition to the good friends I have made here, being a member of UUFD connects me to the long and rich history of Unitarian Universalism on behalf of social justice.