Speaker: David Soliday
This Sunday, we will discuss topics presented in the chapter entitled “Play” from the book Soul to Soul: Fourteen Gatherings for Reflection and Sharing, by Christine Robinson and Alicia Hawkins.
If you do not have the book, please still plan to join us the discussion!
Coffee and conversation … read more.
The UUA selects a Common Read for all Unitarian Universalists every year; this year’s selection was Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of Race, Class, and Environment, edited by Manish Mishra-Marzetti and Jennifer Nordstrom (Skinner House Books, 2018). Pastor … read more.
Join us in celebrating Native Americans as we approach a holiday in which these people historically played an essential and often distorted role.
Coffee and conversation will take place after the service with refreshments provided by Tracy.
Ancient peoples claimed that, during this time of year, the veil between the living and the dead is thinnest. If that’s so, perhaps we might perceive something through it. Perhaps there are beings on the other side that wish to pay us a visit. Then … read more.
Please join us this Sunday, when the Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship conducts our annual Water Communion to mark the end of summer and to welcome the new church year.
Everyone who wishes to do so will have the opportunity to come forward and bring your “living … read more.
Please join us this Sunday when the DUUF contingent to the Unitarian Universalist Association’s General Assembly will report back to the fellowship about the things they learned at this summer’s GA conference that was held in Spokane, WA in June.
Coffee and conversation will take place … read more.
Join us this Sunday at SWCI, as Pastor David Soliday shares historic and contemporary perspectives on Beloved Community. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King famously strove for this ideal. His Beloved Community is a society based on justice, equal opportunity, and love of one’s fellow human beings, … read more.
Join Pastor David Soliday as he reminds us of the cyclical nature of the seasons and how those cycles affect us.
Coffee and conversation will take place after the service, with refreshments provided by Carolyn.
The service will be held at The Historic Campbell Home, 190 W. … read more.