First Unitarian Church of Dallas

First Unitarian Church of Dallas

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Got this email today. I'm sure it's fake so I didn't respond. Just wanted to let the church know someone is using Rev. Kanter's name. YOU ARE BLESS Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter Fri 10/16/2020 1:59 PM Hi, how are you doing? I need a favor from you, email me as soon as you get this message. God Bless, Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter First Unitarian Church 4015 Normandy Avenue Dallas, TX 75205
It looks like the emails may have been hacked somehow.
I have emailed a question to the church and sent a Facebook message with no response. Does anyone have advice how to contact the church regarding a question?
Another beautiful & thought-provoking service. Thank you so much, Dallas U.U.
Today's music is good for my soul! Thank you Rosana Eckert, Eric Hitt and Donald Krehbiel!
A great start to the new church year. I hope you join friends and neighbors for the 11 am service at First Unitarian Church of Dallas. On line at dallasuu.org Great music. The quilt is back up. Incredible story about lost boys -- not Lord of the Flies, believe you me!
This Texas Dream Team is transforming lives.
Loved this week’s sermon and Both Poems!! Thank you for a great start to this new week!
https://www.facebook.com/john.hammond.3557440/videos/4300391883335324/ A short music video about love and acceptance whatever your color in our rainbow race from a UU songwriter in California, if it helps feel free to use as part of a service, a posting or person to person sharing. Blessings.
Joining the voices of others in gratitude for a wonderful worship service this morning. Thank you, Beth, for touching my soul once again. And thank you, Jonathan Greer, for sharing your talent with all of us. I've always said that I love the sermons and yet it's the singing that moves me to tears.
Beth Dana knocked it out of the park today. Thanks to all for a sterling service, in every way.

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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.

Operating as usual

If you missed the livestream of yesterday's worship service, you can now view the sermon at tinyurl.com/Sermon020721 or listen to the podcast on iTunes.

What happens when you bounce a superball around the church? The answer includes exploring how we care for each other. This Sunday, join Rev. Daniel Kanter and Pastoral Care Director Jean Ann Powers in worship online at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/Live.

Tonight at 8:30pm in Parent Time, we explore Sexuality, Social Media, and Your Child. Join Rev. Beth Dana, Martha Norton, and Our Whole Lives teachers Charles Irsch and Angie Sifferman as they reflect on how we can all better navigate children/teen's sexuality and relationships and online/social media activity.

For more information about tonight's session and links to attend, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/276808480578161

Rev. Beth Dana's sermon on our religious ancestors is now online! You can view at tinyurl.com/Sermon013121 or listen to the podcast on iTunes.

Our Sunday morning livestream worship services are about to begin! Join us at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/Live

Who shaped the faith we have today? Learn about our religious ancestors as Rev. Beth Dana closes our series this Sunday on "The Story of Unitarian Universalism." Join us online at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/Live

Rev. Daniel Kanter's sermon on our Universalist tradition is now online! You can view at tinyurl.com/Sermon012421 or listen to the podcast on iTunes.

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

What is the heart of Universalism doing in our faith today? This Sunday, Rev. Daniel Kanter preaches "Care No Matter What" as we continue our worship series on the Story of Unitarian Universalism. Join us online at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/live

If you missed Rev. White's sermon for MLK Day, "The Prize Is Right," you can now view online at tinyurl.com/Sermon011721 or listen to the podcast on iTunes!

Our Sunday morning livestream worship services are about to begin! Join us at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/Live

What is the true reward for doing right? As we approach MLK Day in this second week of our "Story of Unitarian Universalism” series, join us for Rev. Aaron White's sermon and worship, online at 9:30 & 11 am, Dallasuu.org/Live.

If you missed Rev. White's sermon on our UU story, "A Tradition of Truth," you can now view at tinyurl.com/Sermon011021 or listen to the podcast on iTunes!

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

This Sunday, Rev. White preaches "A Tradition of Truth" as we begin our worship series "The Story of Unitarian Universalism." What could change when we practice seeing the world and our lives as they really are? Join us at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/live

[01/07/21]   Statement After Disruption of the Vote Certification at the Capitol Building
Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter
1-6-21

Today we write to you because our country has been put in danger, violence erupted in Washington D.C., and a democratic ceremonial process to certify the presidential election results was interrupted on the back of lies promoted from the highest office in our land. I consider this a crisis severe enough for you to hear from us.

For one, we are sad and outraged that our country would stoop so low as to fail to contain and condemn the twisting of an honest election. Those responsible for promoting theories of corruption in the election, with no evidence but hearsay, have put our democracy in jeopardy. Today’s protest includes the loss off life, the desecration of our shared property in the Capitol Building, and the amplification of lies. We are better than that.

Unitarian Universalists also believe so strongly in democracy that we put it in our Purposes and Principles. Our Fifth Principle says we believe in, “The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large…” What we are seeing on our TV screens today is a direct attack on this principle. The reason we believe so strongly in democracy is because it supports the principles that people have dignity and worth and we are ultimately interdependent. Democracy is the tool we commit to in order to hold these values aloft in our congregations and communities.

We also question the seemingly disparate treatment of these protestors today from what we saw this summer. This summer included arrests and violent containment of crowds at Black Lives Matters protests. While we don’t condone any use of violence, today’s response looks like a country that treats protests differently based on the color of people’s skin.

Our hopes in light of today’s events is that the backbone of our democracy is strong enough to continue to uphold the truth and the procedures that secure and ensure the will of the voters of our land and the integrity of our offices. Our faith is in each other that we will prevail together with clarity and composure. Our charity is for those who must put their shoulders to the wheel to make our country safe. And our love is for the long arc of history that we must continue to help bend toward justice.

As a wise teacher once said, “The truth shall set you free.” So be it, let us help the truth thrive and love prevail over evil.

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Rev. Daniel Kanter's New Year's sermon "Burn, Baby, Burn!" is now online to view at tinyurl.com/Sermon010321 or to listen via podcast on iTunes!

Our Sunday morning livestream services are about to begin! Join us as we kick off 2021 worship services online at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/live

What are you ready to leave behind from 2020? In our Burning Service this Sunday, we let go so that we can move ahead. Join us online at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/live.

Today is the last day to make your year end gift to First Unitarian Church! Join us in the Year End Give (Back), where 5% of every gift goes to local charities. Mail your donation today, or give online at https://onrealm.org/1stUChurch/-/give/now

Rev. Daniel Kanter's sermon from Sunday is now online to view at tinyurl.com/Sermon122720 or to listen via podcast.

Our Sunday morning livestream worship services are about to begin! Join us online at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/live

This Sunday morning, Rev. Daniel Kanter preaches "Twixmas, boredom, downtime, and other things to ponder." Join us online at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/live

Christmas Eve services start streaming in an hour! Gather family and join us at Dallasuu.org/live

This Christmas Eve at home, experience the story of Hope in the Night. Five services streaming beginning st 4:30pm at Dallasuu.org/live

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12.20.20 HOMILY: "Follow the Star" - Rev. Beth Dana

Rev. Beth Dana's pageant homily, "Follow the Star" is now online! You can watch at tinyurl.com/Sermon122020 or listen to the podcast on iTunes.

youtube.com Prelude to a Christmas Pageant like no other, telling the story of hope and new beginnings through scripture and song.

Our Sunday livestream worship services are about to begin! Join us for our virtual Pageant and more this morning at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/live

Join us for tomorrow's Virtual Christmas Pageant, with our shepherds, sheep, angels and more streaming in to bring the Nativity story to us. Don't miss this annual First Church tradition! 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/Live.

Rev. Daniel Kanter's Advent sermon "What Is Joy?" is now online! You can watch at tinyurl.com/Sermon121320 or listen to the podcast on iTunes.

Our Virtual Parish Meeting begins at 1! Log in with the Zoom meeting info below and join our Board for updates about our 2020 church year, building progress, and what is in store in the months ahead.

Our Sunday morning livestream services are about to begin! Join us online at 9:30 & 11am at Dallasuu.org/live

This Sunday, Rev. Daniel Kanter preaches "What is Joy?" The word "joy" is said and sung so often in this season. This week in Advent, we explore what it means to us. Join us online at 9:30 and 11am at Dallasuu.org/live

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If you missed Rev. White's sermon Sunday, "When Life Feels Like Wilderness," you can now view at tinyurl.com/Sermon120620 or listen to the podcast on iTunes!

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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.

Opening Hours

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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