• Congregation holding hands at end of service - people of different ages, races, genders - closing eyes and some with heads down in prayer

Welcome all races, religions, countries of origin, sexual orientations, genders - we stand with you

Welcome! We are a multicultural and multiracial religious community offering a safe and dynamic space to worship, to gather in community, and to make a difference in the wider world. As the sign above our fireplace says, we are a community of “Different People, Different Beliefs, and One Faith!”

As Unitarian Universalists we embrace shared basic principles such as the freedom to engage in our personal search for truth and meaning. Our members include people from Jewish and Christian traditions, people drawn to the power of Eastern and Earth-centered religions, alongside freethinkers, humanists, and many more. We invite you to explore further, learn more about why we come together, and enjoy a letter of welcome from our Board.

Join us Sunday mornings at 10:30! We hope you’ll sign the Visitor Book upon arrival, and let us know if you’d like a newsletter or other information. We’ll provide you with a name tag – and we’ll try to remember to wear ours!

Children worship with us during the first part of the service when the entire community comes together in song and in the sharing of our Joys & Sorrows. Activity bags are available for children who get restless. Feel free to pick one up on the coat rack next to the sanctuary entrance. Preschool and elementary age children go to religious education classes  prior to the sermon most Sundays.

Nursery Care is usually available starting at 10:15, for infants and toddlers, though they may stay with their parents if they’d like. If your little one starts fussing, there are speakers in the lounge so you can listen to the service without disturbing others.

Fellowship & Refreshments are enjoyed after the service for a time of friendly gathering. Each week there’s a small group discussion of the sermon, to which all are invited. Most weeks Teens and Tweens gather for their own facilitated conversation, exploring the day’s themes. Once a month we enjoy soup together, donating the proceeds to our local food pantry.

Other Events & Classes are listed on our calendar. These range from pre-service book discussions on Sunday morning to monthly Soul Matters discussion groups and A Course in Miracles classes.

Recent Sermons can be heard on audio recordings here.

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

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