Singing, a class, water communion outside, holding hands benedition

Welcome! We are a multicultural/multiracial religious community. While we come from many different backgrounds, we all embrace some basic principles such as the freedom to engage in our own personal search for truth and meaning in life. We welcome freethinkers (read more), humanists (read more), and many more. More about why we meet.

Join us Sunday mornings starting at 10:30 AM. When you enter, please sign the Visitor book and let us know if you’d like a newsletter or other information. We’ll provide you with a name tag to wear; it will be easier to get to know you and we’ll all try to remember to wear ours, too. The service starts at 10:30 AM.

Children worship with us during the most of the service, which is designed to be friendly for all ages. There are bags of materials for children who get restless – please pick it up on the coat rack next to the sanctuary entrance.

Nursery Care is usually available at 10:15 – 11:45 AM, for infants and toddlers, though they may stay with their parents if they’d like. If your little one starts fussing and you don’t want to take her/him to the Nursery, there are speakers in the lounge so that you can listen to the service without disturbing others. We may include our very youngest children with preschoolers for an enjoyable and educational program.

Fellowship & Refreshments 11:30 Please stay after the service to have refreshments and so we can get to know each other. Once a month we have soup together, donating to our local food pantry. Many Sundays we will have Sunday Circles for a variety of ages to learn and socialize in a group we feel comfortable or are interested in participating with.

Other Events & Classes See our calendar for additional events often held after the service or on Saturdays and weekdays, usually but not always, at the church.

Audio of recent sermons can be heard on this page.

Questions? Email us at dmuuc-om@dmuuc.org.



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