Speaker: Coe Huckabee
Join us as we make holiday cards for our American service members deployed during this holiday season. We will have some supplies, but please bring a contribution from your supplies if you would like. All ages welcome!
Coffee and conversation will take place after … read more.
Please join us this Sunday for discussion followed by Willowbrook’s Sunday brunch coordinated by Coe Huckabee.
Our discussion will be on the chapter entitled “Addiction” from the book Soul to Soul: Fourteen Gatherings for Reflection and Sharing, by Christine Robinson and Alicia Hawkins.
If you do not … read more.
DUUF is exploring the tradition of honoring the four elements and four seasons through communion; we hold our annual Water Communion in September, a Fire Communion in January, and a Flower Communion in May.
Please join us for our first summer Air Communion facilitated by Daron … read more.
NOTE: The meeting time today has changed from our customary Sunday meeting time of 10 am to 12 noon due to time zones differences. Please plan accordingly.
In lieu of our usual Sunday service, we will be showing the simulcast from the UUA GENERAL ASSEMBLY Sunday … read more.
This year marks the 40th year since the founding of The Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. And this Sunday, April 7th at 10 a.m., we will welcome a new member, David Shine from Marion, into DUUF and learn more about him. We will learn more about … read more.
“ENDINGS” is the title of our service on March 3rd at 10 a.m. in the historic Campbell St. home at 190 West Winter Street. It is the concluding chapter of the study guide called “HEART TO HEART” which focuses on reflection and sharing which has … read more.
Coe Huckabee will lead us in a reading of the story The Thanksgiving Visitor by Truman Capote.
Location: Historic Campbell Home, 190 W. Winter St.
Carolyn Kneisley will provide refreshments.
More info to come…