About the Fellowship
Meeting Location and Time
- Sunday 10:00 a.m., Delaware Arts Castle,190 W Winter Street, Delaware, Ohio (Parking at rear)
DUUF Board President
- Tracy Nelson
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Minister (Part Time)
- David Soliday
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- David is available for Weddings and other services.
- Email our Treasurer
DUUF Contact Information
- PO Box 717, Delaware, OH 43015
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Sunday Service, September 4
This Sunday, September 4, we will return to holding our service at the Delaware Arts Castle, 190 W. Winter St at 10:00 a.m
Bob Ford will present Homo Symbolicum, which is about the symbolic universes we humans have created. Symbols are an overwhelming part of our lives. They were used in prehistoric cave paintings, the Christian religion and in a message to outer space. The Boston Tea Party and Gandhi’s Salt March are examples of symbolic acts. There will be music of Rimsky-Korsakov, Mussorgsky and Shelby Flint.
This is also our PIN Sunday. Please consider a donation of food, cash or both, for people in need.
Longtime DUUF Member Dies
William "Bill" Huckabee died August 18, after a long illness. He and his wife Coe helped organize the current DUUF in 1979 and have been stalwart members ever since. A memorial service was held at Willow Brook South on Sunday, August 21. There, all members of his family joined together to give Bill Huckabee a service he would have heartily enjoyed, and one which reminded us of how much we will miss this unique and fine man. His obituary is available at the Robinson Funeral Home website.
Our Upcoming Activities
Sunday, Sept 11, Water Ceremony, Coe Huckabee
Sunday, Sept 18, Title Forthcoming, Mary Alice Dillman
Sunday, Sept 25, Delaware Ecumenical "Wishing Well" Project, Barbara Tull, Guest Speaker
Sunday, Oct 2, Optimism and Happiness, Bob Ford
Who We Are
We are the Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (DUUF) of Delaware, Ohio!
We are a small, mostly lay-led congregation, and we invite you to attend our Sunday services. If you find the services meaningful, if you find spiritual contentment there, if you meet others with like interests, and if you prefer a fellowship instead of a larger church, you may be comfortable in our Fellowship.