Speaker: David Soliday

Indigenous People Day I

Join us in celebrating Native Americans on this Sunday before Indigenous People Day, which began as a counter-celebration to Columbus Day.

Coffee and conversation will take place after the service with refreshments provided by Coe.

The service will be held at The Historic Campbell Home, 190 W. … read more.

GA 2019 Report

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.

Water Communion

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.

Beloved Community

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.

Seasonal Cycles

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.

Inner Transition

As a Fellowship, we have been exploring and discussing the Transition Town movement, and how DUUF might fit into such a movement here in Delaware.  This Sunday, Pastor David Soliday will help us examine a vital component of Transition, which is changes that must … read more.

Spring Break Interfaith Service Reflections

Please join us this morning for our service facilitated by our minister, David Soliday.

In the ancient tradition of pilgrimage, the pilgrim returns home to share their experience with friends and family.

David travelled with a team of OWU students to South Dakota, on a Spring Break … read more.

Personal and Congregational Pivot

The winds of change blow, sometimes breezy and sometimes at gale force. We all–individually and collectively–must roll with the changing times and adapt to new circumstances. The biblical call to repent meant turn, to turn away from the old and pivot towards the new. Let’s … read more.


Please join us this Sunday for potluck breakfast & discussion coordinated by our minister David Soliday.

The discussion will be on God inspired by the chapter on that subject from the book Heart to Heart: Fourteen Gatherings for Reflection and Sharing, by Christine Robinson and Alicia … read more.