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I’ve been immersed in the warmth of our returning community these late summer Sundays that we’ve been sharing together. It’s been so good to see you all as we find our way back into the rhythms of walking together along our life journeys and … read more.
A few weeks ago I lit a candle of concern in our Sunday Service after the President of our Unitarian Universalist Association, Rev. Peter Morales, resigned following a groundswell of critics decrying “white supremacy” in the UUA’s staff hiring practices. Soon afterward two other … read more.
UUC Women’s Book Club will meet on Saturday April 15th at Alfa’s place. This month’s book is Brave Companions: Portraits In History by David McCullough. For more info call Alfa at 203 594-9046
Save the Date! The Service Auction, UUC’s biggest fundraiser for the year, will take place on Saturday, May 6th at UUC. To make it a success, we need everybody to be involved. We need your volunteerism and your spirit —-from soliciting business for donations and … read more.
LADIES WHO LUNCH will meet on the FIFTH Saturday, April 29, 2017, at 12:30 P.M. at Zodys 19th Hole (Hubbard Heights Golf Course), 451 Stillwater Road, Stamford. Please let Teresa McConoughey know if you want to attend, firstname.lastname@example.org or 203 979-6186.
This week the Interfaith Council of Southwestern Connecticut released a statement opposing the new immigration policy imposed by President Trump by his executive order. We expressed our deep distress at the injustice of the proposed “religious test” and decried the discrimination against individuals based on … read more.
The word presence is both evocative and illusive. Communion with nature can fill us with a sense of deep unifying presence in creation. People speak of a prayful presence or feeling the presence of the sacred or God. A gathering of people … read more.
Story is an important theme for Unitarian Universalists. In many congregations an early “getting to know you” question is “How did you find your way here?” It’s not a question about directions, but rather an invitation to tell a story. While some people are … read more.