First Unitarian Church of Dallas

First Unitarian Church of Dallas

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Will Unitarians be gathering at Young and Akard Saturday morning for the Sing for Justice event?
Thank you, Daniel Kanter and Darryl Brown.
Will anyone else be attending tonight? We'll be out there Standing of the Side of Love.
Will anyone else be attending the protest at 1400 S. Lamar today from 6:30 - 8PM?
Is there a way to watch your service from today again?
Lost sound - then pic - now back to the pre-service pics and music - guess you're having tech problems - will try to join at 11:00. Thanks
Thank you again for a wonderful service this morning. We appreciate your work in keeping the services available to us. Everything this morning was great.....the music OUTSTANDING!
Great service today. And many thanks to Don for choosing Blue Boat Home. One of my favorites!
Thank you for beautiful music, Seldon Paul Short! What a treat! Question - was that "One Tin Soldier" you played?
Thanks for a great Easter service. Yes, the whole thing is weird. Keep going!
Bunny enjoying Daniel's service this morning. #Easter2020 #love1st
Thank you for all the love!

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Love is the doctrine of our church; The quest of truth is its sacrament, And service is its prayer. To dwell together in peace, To seek knowledge in freedom, To serve humanity in fellowship, To the end that all souls shall grow in harmony with the divine - Thus do we covenant with each other. ________________________________ VIDEO CHANNEL: http://tinyurl.com/1stUvideo CHURCH CALENDAR: http://tinyurl.com/ya6wft8/ GET NEWSLETTER HERE: http://tinyurl.com/DUdigest E-GIVING HERE: http://tinyurl.com/o68xwgs ________________________________

Mission: To create and nurture a liberal religious community where all souls shall grow in harmony with the divine through worship, education, service and fellowship.

Our church is showing up in support of events this week for racial justice here in Dallas. You are invited to join on Friday at 3pm (https://www.facebook.com/events/708592466645241/) and Saturday at 10am (https://www.facebook.com/events/195104621704850/). Mask up, stay distanced, and stay safe!

New Time for Parent Time! 8:30pm on 1st & 3rd Wednesdays, with guest speakers and timely topics. Join tonight for a discussion with church member and financial planner Diana Bacon on family money management during uncertain times. Zoom ID: 431 041 154 or link at https://zoom.us/j/431041154

If you missed our online worship yesterday, check out Rev. Aaron White's sermon "Fear and Love" at tinyurl.com/Sermon61420, or listen to the podcast on iTunes!

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Summer Worship Series and Class - First Unitarian Church of Dallas

At 6:30pm tonight, our Monday ministers' class with Rev. Beth Dana will reflect on the spiritual wisdom and insight found in Lindy Thompson's poem "I Go to Sing." Join the conversation on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84591820566

dallasuu.org This summer is about theology in verse. Each week, we will use as our scripture a poem that was voted on by the congregation earlier this year. That poem will be a starting point for spiritual reflection about God, living well, and making meaning in ... read more.

Our livestream worship services are about to begin! Join us at 9:30 & 11am at www.dallasuu.org/live

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This Sunday, Rev. White preaches "Fear and Love." How do we respond to fear in a way that matures our soul? You can livestream worship at 9:30 & 11am at www.dallasuu.org/live.
You are also invited to our Virtual Town Hall and Parish Meeting at 1pm. Hear from our board about important updates about our capital campaign and how we'll gather in the months ahead! Join us through Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87254421900

dallasuu.org Our worship, the warmth of our community, our programs, our music, our focus on children and youth, and our work in the world make First Church a very special place. We hope you'll come see us.

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We're not back at church in person yet, but we are still together. This Sunday come hear big news about our upcoming building project and how we're doing church in the coming months at our Virtual Town Hall & Parish Meeting! 1pm on Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87254421900

If you missed our Livestream worship yesterday, you can view Rev. Daniel Kanter's sermon at tinyurl.com/Sermon06072020 or listen to the podcast on iTunes!

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Poem: “Allowables,” by Nikki Giovanni

Tonight's Monday ministers' class with Rev. Aaron White will look at the poem "Allowables," by Nikki Giovanni, in preparation for Sunday's sermon "Fear and Love." Join Aaron on Zoom at 6:30pm (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84591820566) for spiritual reflection, and follow the link here to read Nikki's poem.

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Our Sunday morning livestream services are about to begin! Join us at 9:30 and 11 at www.dallasuu.org/live

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This Sunday Rev. Daniel Kanter preaches "The Low Road: A Pastoral Letter to a Broken Country," and we will take a special collection in worship for Mothers Against Police Brutality, Inc. Please join us at 9:30 & 11am at www.dallasuu.org/live

[06/05/20]   Rev. Daniel Kanter will be at the corner of Young and S. Ackard Street at City Hall at 1:45pm today as our local community once again gathers for racial justice. He invites you to join him, and he’ll be wearing a yellow “Side of Love” t shirt. Wear masks, stay distanced, and stay safe - #blacklivesmatter

If you missed Aaron's sermon "You are Here” on Sunday’s livestream, you can now view at tinyurl.com/Sermon053120 or listen to the podcast on iTunes!

Join Rev. Kanter tonight (Monday) at 6:30 for our first summer series poetry class. Rev. Kanter will preach “The Low Road: A Pastoral Letter to a Broken Country.” Join us via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84591820566 with a link to this week’s poem in the comments.

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Our Sunday morning livestream worship services are about to begin! Join us at 9:30 and 11am at www.dallasuu.org/live

dallasuu.org Our worship, the warmth of our community, our programs, our music, our focus on children and youth, and our work in the world make First Church a very special place. We hope you'll come see us.

This Sunday, Rev. White preaches "You are Here." When the state of the world is troubling or chaotic, does your life make an impact, and how do you know? Join us online at 9:30 & 11am at www.dallasuu.org/live

[05/29/20]   From our ministers: As people of faith, we condemn in the strongest terms the recent killings and acts of white supremacy which have once again taken the lives of people of color in our country. We grieve along with the families of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and the countless others whose lives have been impacted or taken as a result of the sin of racism.

Violence at the hands of citizens and police against people of color is unacceptable in every form, and support of violence from our country’s leaders is dangerous to say the least.

The murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis is one of many manifestations of the deadly combination of racism and power in our country. It is one of many tragic examples of the impacts of white supremacy in our country’s history and present.

Responses to this and other injustices are infused with anguish, grief, and frustration rooted in hundreds of years of oppression in many forms against people of color. While armed white protestors shut down state capitols with no violent police response, protestors of color are met with tear gas and shootings.

Our faith, history, and scriptures call us to respond to God’s love by loving all our neighbors and to use our resources and strength to protect the marginalized and courageously build a better world.

The road ahead is long. Healing such trauma and violence is no easy task. But our faith also teaches us that a new world is always waiting to be born in and around us. We can and must change our actions and the narratives that sustain inequality and promote indifference to the suffering of others.

We remain committed to doing our part of the work ahead. Especially those of us with privilege are called to listen, enter uncomfortable reflection and situations with faith, and take concrete actions to hold ourselves and our leaders accountable in building a more just world.

May justice, grace, and peace guide all our living.

Amen.

If you missed Sunday's worship livestream and Daniel's sermon on "Sustaining Miracles," you can now view at tinyurl.com/Sermon052420 or listen to the podcast on iTunes.

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Our Sunday morning livestream worship services are about to begin! Wherever you are, join us at 9:30 and 11 am at www.dallasuu.org/live

dallasuu.org Livestream Sunday Services

This Sunday Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter preaches "Sustaining Miracles" as we pause for Memorial Day and seek wisdom in miracle stories that extend far past the traditional ones. Join us online at 9:30 or 11am at www.dallasuu.org/live

If you missed Aaron's sermon "Outgrow Yourself" on yesterday's livestream, you can now view at tinyurl.com/Sermon051720 or listen to the podcast on iTunes!

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Thank you for participating with us today. - First Unitarian Church of Dallas

Our Sunday morning livestream worship will begin soon! Wherever you are join us at 9:30 and 11 at www.dallasuu.org/live

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What stays when everything changes? - This Sunday

Join us Sunday at 9:30 and 11 as Rev. White preaches "Outgrow Yourself." We will also celebrate our Coming of Age youth and Graduating Seniors as they, and all of us, make meaning in each new day .

Near or far, YOU are our church. Join by May 17 and be part of a new small group for new members, led by our ministers Daniel Kanter, Aaron White, and Beth Dana! Email [email protected] to learn more.

If you missed Daniel’s sermon “Insha’Allah: If God Wills It” on Sunday’s livestream, you can view it at tinyurl.com/Sermon051020, or listen to the podcast on iTunes.

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Thank you for participating with us today. - First Unitarian Church of Dallas

Our Sunday morning livestream worship services are about to begin! Join together with us at 9:30 and 11 at https://www.dallasuu.org/live/

dallasuu.org Livestream Sunday Services

This Sunday Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter preaches “Insha’allah: If God Wills It" as we celebrate Mother’s Day and the way the spirit is renewed with love and hope. Join us online at 9:30 or 11am at www.dallasuu.org/live!

If you missed our livestream services Sunday morning, you can view Rev. Daniel Kanter's sermon "Are We in This Together?" at tinyurl.com/Sermon050320 or listen to the podcast on iTunes.

[05/03/20]   Tech issues this morning, y’all! We’re going to try and have our livestream worship back up and running for the 11am service. Hope to see you then!

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Thank you for participating with us today. - First Unitarian Church of Dallas

Our Sunday livestream worship services begin soon! Wherever you are, you can join us at 9:30 and 11 at www.dallasuu.org/live

dallasuu.org Livestream Sunday Services

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Tomorrow morning, Rev. Daniel Kanter preaches "Are We in This Together?" Join us for live-stream worship at 9:30 and 11am at dallasuu.org/live

dallasuu.org Our worship, the warmth of our community, our programs, our music, our focus on children and youth, and our work in the world make First Church a very special place. We hope you'll come see us.

Minister Check-In is back this Thursday with Rev. Daniel Kanter. Join the conversation at 7:30pm for some spiritual reflection and connection! (Join by video at zoom.us/j/312470611)

If you missed our livestream services Sunday morning, you can view Rev. Beth Dana's sermon "Our Essential Work" at tinyurl.com/Sermon042620 or listen to the podcast on iTunes.

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Tomorrow, Rev. Beth Dana preaches about the essential work all of us have in this time. Join us for livestream worship at 9:30 and 11am at dallasuu.org/live

dallasuu.org Our worship, the warmth of our community, our programs, our music, our focus on children and youth, and our work in the world make First Church a very special place. We hope you'll come see us.

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Maundy Thursday 2018
In This Church, We Believe: A Series for Lent
Ash Wednesday: The Memory of Ashes

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4015 Normandy Ave
Dallas, TX
75205

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Your doubts are not ridiculed. Your guilts are lightened. Your griefs are comforted. Your joys are celebrated. Your children are taught respect for all religions. Your talents are nurtured. Your concerns are shared. Your reason is honored. Your friendships are deepened. Your love of art and beauty is expanded. Your need to serve others is fostered. Your need to laugh is encouraged. Your individual decision is treasured.

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Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 13:00
Sunday 08:00 - 14:00
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