Unitarian Universalists of Central Delaware (UUCD)

The Unitarian Universalists of Central Delaware promotes a liberal approach to religious and spiritual nourishment through worship, education and celebration.

Minister: Hope to announce a new minister soon. Visit our website at www.uucd.org Services are held every Sunday morning at 10:00 AM. Minister: Rev. Greg Chute.

Operating as usual

[08/10/20]   August 16, 2020 10:00. Reflections on the Pandemic.

Our minister emeritus, Rev. Greg Chute, will reflect on how the pandemic and other current affairs have affected him, his family and the world. The service will be on Zoom. Further information on how to access the service live an be obtained by emailing [email protected].
􏰗􏰁􏰠 􏱓􏰌􏰁􏰋 􏰫􏰔􏰟􏰎􏰁
􏰵􏰟􏰌 􏰙􏰉􏰊􏰉􏰈􏰎􏰁􏰌 􏰶􏰇􏰁􏰌􏰉􏰎􏰟􏰈􏰒 􏰗􏰁􏰠 􏱓􏰌􏰁􏰋 􏰫􏰔􏰟􏰎􏰁􏰒 􏰃􏰉􏰄􏰄 􏰌􏰁􏰝􏰄􏰁􏰅􏰎 􏰆􏰊 􏰔􏰆􏰃 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰅􏰟􏰌􏰌􏰁􏰊􏰎 􏰏􏰐􏰊􏰘􏰁􏰇􏰉􏰅 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰅􏰟􏰌􏰌􏰁􏰊􏰎 􏰐􏰝􏰝􏰐􏰉􏰌􏰈 􏰔􏰐􏰠􏰁 􏰐􏰝􏰝􏰁􏰅􏰎􏰁􏰘 􏰔􏰉􏰇􏰒 􏰔􏰉􏰈 􏰝􏰐􏰇􏰉􏰄􏰕􏰒 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰃􏰆􏰌􏰄􏰘􏰣􏰗􏰁􏰝􏰄􏰁􏰅􏰎􏰉􏰆􏰊􏰈 􏰆􏰊 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰏􏰐􏰊􏰘􏰁􏰇􏰉􏰅 􏰗􏰁􏰠 􏱓􏰌􏰁􏰋 􏰫􏰔􏰟􏰎􏰁
􏰵􏰟􏰌 􏰙􏰉􏰊􏰉􏰈􏰎􏰁􏰌 􏰶􏰇􏰁􏰌􏰉􏰎􏰟􏰈􏰒 􏰗􏰁􏰠 􏱓􏰌􏰁􏰋 􏰫􏰔􏰟􏰎􏰁􏰒 􏰃􏰉􏰄􏰄 􏰌􏰁􏰝􏰄􏰁􏰅􏰎 􏰆􏰊 􏰔􏰆􏰃 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰅􏰟􏰌􏰌􏰁􏰊􏰎 􏰏􏰐􏰊􏰘􏰁􏰇􏰉􏰅 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰅􏰟􏰌􏰌􏰁􏰊􏰎 􏰐􏰝􏰝􏰐􏰉􏰌􏰈 􏰔􏰐􏰠􏰁 􏰐􏰝􏰝􏰁􏰅􏰎􏰁􏰘 􏰔􏰉􏰇􏰒 􏰔􏰉􏰈 􏰝􏰐􏰇􏰉􏰄􏰕􏰒 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰃􏰆􏰌􏰄􏰘􏰣
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􏱐􏰍􏱔􏰧 􏰱 􏰙􏰟􏰈􏰉􏰅􏰐􏰄 􏰫􏰁􏰄􏰁􏰜􏰌􏰐􏰎􏰉􏰆􏰊 􏰆􏰝 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰫􏰁􏰊􏰎􏰁􏰊􏰊􏰉􏰐􏰄 􏰆􏰝 􏰀􏰆􏰇􏰁􏰊􏰬􏰈 􏰓􏰟􏰝􏰝􏰌􏰐􏰋􏰁

􏰏􏰐􏰎 􏰑􏰐􏰇􏰐􏰊􏰊􏰐
􏰀􏰁 􏰃􏰁􏰄􏰅􏰆􏰇􏰁 􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰋􏰁􏰌􏰍􏰈􏰆􏰊􏰋􏰃􏰌􏰉􏰎􏰁􏰌􏰈 􏰏􏰐􏰎 􏰑􏰐􏰇􏰐􏰊􏰊􏰐􏰒 􏰓􏰔􏰐􏰌􏰄􏰁􏰁􏰊 􏰑􏰁􏰐􏰔􏰁􏰕 􏰖 􏰗􏰉􏰅􏰔􏰐􏰌􏰘 􏰙􏰐􏰎􏰎􏰆􏰅􏰚􏰈 􏰃􏰔􏰆 􏰃􏰉􏰄􏰄 􏰛􏰌􏰁􏰈􏰁􏰊􏰎 􏰎􏰔􏰁􏰉􏰌 􏰆􏰌􏰉􏰋􏰉􏰊􏰐􏰄 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰔􏰉􏰈􏰎􏰆􏰌􏰉􏰅 􏰈􏰆􏰊􏰋􏰈 􏰎􏰆 􏰅􏰁􏰄􏰁􏰜􏰌􏰐􏰎􏰁 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰔􏰉􏰈􏰎􏰆􏰌􏰕 􏰆􏰝 􏰃􏰆􏰇􏰁􏰊􏰞􏰈 􏰈􏰎􏰌􏰟􏰋􏰋􏰄􏰁􏰈 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰐􏰅􏰔􏰉􏰁􏰠􏰁􏰇􏰁􏰊􏰎􏰈􏰒 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰃􏰆􏰇􏰁􏰊􏰞􏰈 􏰌􏰉􏰋􏰔􏰎 􏰎􏰆 􏰠􏰆􏰎􏰁􏰒 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰉􏰇􏰛􏰆􏰌􏰎􏰐􏰊􏰅􏰁 􏰎􏰔􏰉􏰈 􏰕􏰁􏰐􏰌 􏰆􏰝 􏰡􏰡􏰎􏰔􏰁􏰢􏰆􏰎􏰁􏰣 􏰏􏰐􏰎 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰓􏰔􏰐􏰌􏰄􏰁􏰁􏰊 􏰔􏰐􏰠􏰁 􏰜􏰁􏰁􏰊 􏰛􏰁􏰌􏰝􏰆􏰌􏰇􏰉􏰊􏰋 􏰎􏰆􏰋􏰁􏰎􏰔􏰁􏰌 􏰐􏰈 􏰤􏰔􏰁 􏰥􏰁􏰌􏰈􏰎􏰆􏰌􏰉􏰐􏰊􏰈 􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰅􏰁 􏰦􏰧􏰨􏰩􏰣 􏰤􏰔􏰁􏰕 􏰔􏰐􏰠􏰁 􏰜􏰁􏰁􏰊 􏰛􏰁􏰌􏰝􏰆􏰌􏰇􏰉􏰊􏰋 􏰎􏰔􏰁􏰉􏰌 􏰈􏰔􏰆􏰃 􏰪􏰓􏰆􏰊􏰋􏰈 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰓􏰎􏰆􏰌􏰉􏰁􏰈 􏰎􏰆 􏰫􏰁􏰄􏰁􏰜􏰌􏰐􏰎􏰁 􏰀􏰆􏰇􏰐􏰊􏰬􏰈 􏰓􏰟􏰝􏰝􏰌􏰐􏰋􏰁􏰪 􏰝􏰆􏰌 􏰔􏰉􏰈􏰎􏰆􏰌􏰉􏰅􏰐􏰄 􏰈􏰆􏰅􏰉􏰁􏰎􏰉􏰁􏰈􏰒 􏰄􏰉􏰜􏰌􏰐􏰌􏰉􏰁􏰈 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰃􏰆􏰇􏰁􏰊􏰬􏰈 􏰆􏰌􏰋􏰐􏰊􏰉􏰭􏰐􏰎􏰉􏰆􏰊􏰈 􏰎􏰔􏰌􏰆􏰟􏰋􏰔􏰆􏰟􏰎 􏰮􏰯􏰒 􏰮􏰐􏰰􏰒 􏰢􏰱􏰒 􏰏􏰱􏰒 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰇􏰆􏰌􏰁 􏰌􏰁􏰅􏰁􏰊􏰎􏰄􏰕􏰒 􏰠􏰉􏰐 􏰲􏰆􏰆􏰇 􏰉􏰊 􏰫􏰌􏰆􏰎􏰆􏰊􏰳􏰆􏰊􏰳􏰥􏰟􏰘􏰈􏰆􏰊􏰒 􏰮􏰯􏰣 􏰏􏰐􏰎 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰗􏰉􏰅􏰔􏰐􏰌􏰘 􏰐􏰌􏰁 􏰇􏰁􏰇􏰜􏰁􏰌􏰈 􏰆􏰝 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰡􏰊􏰉􏰎􏰐􏰌􏰉􏰐􏰊 􏰡􏰊􏰉􏰠􏰁􏰌􏰈􏰐􏰄􏰉􏰈􏰎 􏰴􏰁􏰄􏰄􏰆􏰃􏰈􏰔􏰉􏰛 􏰆􏰝 􏰏􏰆􏰟􏰋􏰔􏰚􏰁􏰁􏰛􏰈􏰉􏰁􏰒 􏰮􏰯􏰣
􏰑􏰐􏰜􏰆􏰌 􏰸􏰐􏰕 􏰍 􏱘􏰄􏰁􏰈􏰈 􏰵􏰟􏰌 􏰀􏰆􏰌􏰚 􏰀􏰆􏰌􏰈􏰔􏰉􏰛 􏰫􏰆􏰇􏰇􏰉􏰎􏰎􏰁􏰁􏱐􏰍􏱑
􏱐􏰍􏱔􏰧 􏰱 􏰙􏰟􏰈􏰉􏰅􏰐􏰄 􏰫􏰁􏰄􏰁􏰜􏰌􏰐􏰎􏰉􏰆􏰊 􏰆􏰝 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰫􏰁􏰊􏰎􏰁􏰊􏰊􏰉􏰐􏰄 􏰆􏰝 􏰀􏰆􏰇􏰁􏰊􏰬􏰈 􏰓􏰟􏰝􏰝􏰌􏰐􏰋􏰁
􏰏􏰐􏰎 􏰑􏰐􏰇􏰐􏰊􏰊􏰐
􏰀􏰁 􏰃􏰁􏰄􏰅􏰆􏰇􏰁 􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰋􏰁􏰌􏰍􏰈􏰆􏰊􏰋􏰃􏰌􏰉􏰎􏰁􏰌􏰈 􏰏􏰐􏰎 􏰑􏰐􏰇􏰐􏰊􏰊􏰐􏰒 􏰓􏰔􏰐􏰌􏰄􏰁􏰁􏰊 􏰑􏰁􏰐􏰔􏰁􏰕 􏰖 􏰗􏰉􏰅􏰔􏰐􏰌􏰘 􏰙􏰐􏰎􏰎􏰆􏰅􏰚􏰈 􏰃􏰔􏰆 􏰃􏰉􏰄􏰄 􏰛􏰌􏰁􏰈􏰁􏰊􏰎 􏰎􏰔􏰁􏰉􏰌 􏰆􏰌􏰉􏰋􏰉􏰊􏰐􏰄 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰔􏰉􏰈􏰎􏰆􏰌􏰉􏰅 􏰈􏰆􏰊􏰋􏰈 􏰎􏰆 􏰅􏰁􏰄􏰁􏰜􏰌􏰐􏰎􏰁 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰔􏰉􏰈􏰎􏰆􏰌􏰕 􏰆􏰝 􏰃􏰆􏰇􏰁􏰊􏰞􏰈 􏰈􏰎􏰌􏰟􏰋􏰋􏰄􏰁􏰈 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰐􏰅􏰔􏰉􏰁􏰠􏰁􏰇􏰁􏰊􏰎􏰈􏰒 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰃􏰆􏰇􏰁􏰊􏰞􏰈 􏰌􏰉􏰋􏰔􏰎 􏰎􏰆 􏰠􏰆􏰎􏰁􏰒 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰉􏰇􏰛􏰆􏰌􏰎􏰐􏰊􏰅􏰁 􏰎􏰔􏰉􏰈 􏰕􏰁􏰐􏰌 􏰆􏰝 􏰡􏰡􏰎􏰔􏰁􏰢􏰆􏰎􏰁􏰣 􏰏􏰐􏰎 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰓􏰔􏰐􏰌􏰄􏰁􏰁􏰊 􏰔􏰐􏰠􏰁 􏰜􏰁􏰁􏰊 􏰛􏰁􏰌􏰝􏰆􏰌􏰇􏰉􏰊􏰋 􏰎􏰆􏰋􏰁􏰎􏰔􏰁􏰌 􏰐􏰈 􏰤􏰔􏰁 􏰥􏰁􏰌􏰈􏰎􏰆􏰌􏰉􏰐􏰊􏰈 􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰅􏰁 􏰦􏰧􏰨􏰩􏰣 􏰤􏰔􏰁􏰕 􏰔􏰐􏰠􏰁 􏰜􏰁􏰁􏰊 􏰛􏰁􏰌􏰝􏰆􏰌􏰇􏰉􏰊􏰋 􏰎􏰔􏰁􏰉􏰌 􏰈􏰔􏰆􏰃 􏰪􏰓􏰆􏰊􏰋􏰈 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰓􏰎􏰆􏰌􏰉􏰁􏰈 􏰎􏰆 􏰫􏰁􏰄􏰁􏰜􏰌􏰐􏰎􏰁 􏰀􏰆􏰇􏰐􏰊􏰬􏰈 􏰓􏰟􏰝􏰝􏰌􏰐􏰋􏰁􏰪 􏰝􏰆􏰌 􏰔􏰉􏰈􏰎􏰆􏰌􏰉􏰅􏰐􏰄 􏰈􏰆􏰅􏰉􏰁􏰎􏰉􏰁􏰈􏰒 􏰄􏰉􏰜􏰌􏰐􏰌􏰉􏰁􏰈 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰃􏰆􏰇􏰁􏰊􏰬􏰈 􏰆􏰌􏰋􏰐􏰊􏰉􏰭􏰐􏰎􏰉􏰆􏰊􏰈 􏰎􏰔􏰌􏰆􏰟􏰋􏰔􏰆􏰟􏰎 􏰮􏰯􏰒 􏰮􏰐􏰰􏰒 􏰢􏰱􏰒 􏰏􏰱􏰒 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰇􏰆􏰌􏰁 􏰌􏰁􏰅􏰁􏰊􏰎􏰄􏰕􏰒 􏰠􏰉􏰐 􏰲􏰆􏰆􏰇 􏰉􏰊 􏰫􏰌􏰆􏰎􏰆􏰊􏰳􏰆􏰊􏰳􏰥􏰟􏰘􏰈􏰆􏰊􏰒 􏰮􏰯􏰣 􏰏􏰐􏰎 􏰐􏰊􏰘 􏰗􏰉􏰅􏰔􏰐􏰌􏰘 􏰐􏰌􏰁 􏰇􏰁􏰇􏰜􏰁􏰌􏰈 􏰆􏰝 􏰎􏰔􏰁 􏰡􏰊􏰉􏰎􏰐􏰌􏰉􏰐􏰊 􏰡􏰊􏰉􏰠􏰁􏰌􏰈􏰐􏰄􏰉􏰈􏰎 􏰴􏰁􏰄􏰄􏰆􏰃􏰈􏰔􏰉􏰛 􏰆􏰝 􏰏􏰆􏰟􏰋􏰔􏰚􏰁􏰁􏰛􏰈􏰉􏰁􏰒 􏰮􏰯􏰣
􏰑􏰐􏰜􏰆􏰌 􏰸􏰐􏰕 􏰍 􏱘􏰄􏰁􏰈􏰈 􏰵􏰟􏰌 􏰀􏰆􏰌􏰚 􏰀􏰆􏰌􏰈􏰔􏰉􏰛 􏰫􏰆􏰇􏰇􏰉􏰎􏰎􏰁􏰁

[08/04/20]   8/9 Leggo my Ego Rev. Dr. Kharma Amos

This is the key to self-confidence, humility, and the ways in which we engage change, learning and growth. Let's have a proper think about how this functions and how each of us is doing with with regard to nurturing this unavoidable relationship. For more information on how to access this Zoom service, at 10:00 a.m., please email [email protected]. Please join us!

[07/28/20]   8/2 Thea/ologies of LiberationRev Dr Kharma Amos

"Liberation Theology" originated in Latin America(ca. 1950s and 60s) from theologians concerned with the social plight of the poor. It revolutionized theological discourse in the global Christian church. But, it hasn't stopped there. Since then, various strains of liberation theologies have emerged in multiple traditions that build on the common foundation of liberation theology (which flips the perspectives from which we think about the most important things in life). Today, liberation thea/ologies include those traditionalLA roots, as well as theological reflections from feminist, womanist, indigenous, queer, post-colonial, disability, and many other perspectives.Let's begin to explore how some of these ideas might help us think more broadly about praxis-based spirituality.

We meet at 10:00 on Sunday on Zoom. Email [email protected] for meeting information if you would like to join us OR look for an edited version of the service on Facebook several days after the service. We welcome YOU!

[07/20/20]   July 26th, 10:00 Reflections on General Assembly

Five members of our congregation who attended the UU General Assembly online in June will share their reflections of what spoke to their hearts during this large, complex event. The theme for 2020 was Rooted, Inspired & Ready! We hope you will also feel inspired and more ready after seeing it.

Our services continue to be performed remotely, via Zoom for the safety of all. Please email [email protected] for information on how to connect. Please note that many of our services are available on YouTube now so if there is one that you would like to view, let us know.

[07/16/20]   7/19 Power of Compassion Rev. Dr. Kharma Amos. 10:00

We will reflect on some ideas from Karen Armstrong's book 12 Steps to a Compassionate Life, which suggests that "compassion" is a uniting thread in all major religions that may offer us our greatest tool for positively changing the world.

Email us at [email protected] for Zoom contact information.

July 12, A More Accurate History of the United States.

Some of us at UUCD read the UUA’s “Common Read” for 2019-20, The Indigenous People’s History of the United States. This book was revelatory to many of us and we wanted to share our reactions. General Assembly will also feature information from the author, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and native voices. We hope you will join us in a re-examination of the myth of Americas’s origins and modus operandi, reflections from the readers and a discussion about what we can do to support Indigenous peoples.

10:00 on private Zoom link which can be requested, in advance, from [email protected].

[07/01/20]   7/5 Interdependence Day Rev. Dr. Kharma Amos

In the US, we celebrate July 4 as
Independence Day, which can be fantastic. At
the same time, this can easily turn into a non-
productive, even toxic form, of Nationalism.
Every day we see the evidence that we are an
interdependent people. Let's think about what
it means to be "human" or "earthlings" rather
than various parties or countries. 10:00 a.m. on Zoom.

Email [email protected] for contact information.

[06/28/20]   UU101 Membership Class

If you are interested in becoming a member of UUCD online while we cannot hold in-person classes, please plan to join us Wednesday morning the 1st of July at 10:00am. If you wish to become a member of UUCD, please RSVP or send questions to Rose Akerman at [email protected]. Current members are also invited as well as those who are just interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and UUCD, but please RSVP.

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White Fragility Book Discussion

On Sunday 28th of June 28th at 1:00pm Rev Kharma will be leading the first session of a book discussion group of White Fragility by Dr. Robin DiAngelo (please plan for 90 minutes). We'll meet via Zoom. If you have not been able to get the book and still wish to participate (or if you simply want some additional information from the author), check out this video that was made during the book launch. It will provide a good high level overview of much of the material: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6O27_yBQ8Qc&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR2cKAsBw_Ad6QfOmO4jOCV9cU7kPsUJ-4kQQECRnMTQgEovJrAZm2a2008.).

As usual, if you'd like to join us in Zoom, you can request the link information from [email protected]. This is important preparation for our upcoming ToolShed discussions with other churches in July.

Michel Martin interviews Robin DiAngelo, author of “White Fragility,” to talk about what she recognized as her own unconscious bias. An EXTENDED CONVERSATION...

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Sunday Morning Worship: “Beyond the Water’s Edge,” General Assembly 2020

è Worship Service for Sunday 28 June 2020

Join UUCD for virtual (on-line) Worship Services at 10:00am, and, consider inviting a friend.

Live from UUA General Assembly (and you don’t need to go to Rhode Island)

Sunday Morning Worship (with over 4000 registered attendees, and many more will be joining us). Beyond the Water’s Edge – Rev. Joan Javier-Duval of the Unitarian Church of Montpelier, VT. These are uncertain and volatile times. These are times that call on us to

work towards our collective liberation while also tending to our spiritual needs and caring

for others. How do we ready ourselves for what is being asked of us? How do we keep moving even when we don’t feel ready?

We plan to place the streaming content on our usual meeting site, so just connect like you have other Sundays). If we cannot make this work or you don't have the Zoom information, you can connect directly to the UUA site: https://www.uua.org/ga/off-site/2020/sunday-worship. Don’t miss discussion time after the service at our Zoom site.

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[06/24/20]   White Fragility Book Discussion

On Sunday 28th of June 28th at 1:00pm Rev Kharma will be leading the first session of a book discussion group of White Fragility by Dr. Robin DiAngelo (please plan for 90 minutes). We'll meet via Zoom. If you have not been able to get the book and still wish to participate (or if you simply want some additional information from the author), check out the video that was made during the book launch. It will provide a good high level overview of much of the material: Dr. Robin DiAngelo discusses in 'White Fragility'.

Zoom meeting Linkage Details, request from [email protected].

Topic: UUCD Membership Class - UU101

Time: 1:00pm Sunday 28 June 2020

[06/24/20]   6/28 GA Stream from Virtual ServiceWatch Party This is the final Sunday of the UUA General Assembly(which will be virtual this year). We will host a FB "WatchParty" to view the Live Stream of this event, and allow us to have our own conversation via comments, etc. Stay tuned for info on how to connect. This streamed service, viewed by our community, will be our service for this Sunday. 10:00 am, as usual.

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Unitarian Universalist Association

We are excited that the start of the 2020 Unitarian Universalist General Assembly is almost here – Wednesday evening the 24th of June; all participation is on-line. There is an overwhelming amount of information available on-line at www.uua.org. Registration is open to all members; the cost is $ 150 for full access to all events over the 5 days of live streaming, and includes access to recordings that may be available to all registrants after GA is over. Worship meetings are open to the public. Check it out; there is much to learn.

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[06/24/20]   è UU101 Membership Class

If you are interested in becoming a member of UUCD online while we cannot hold in-person classes, please plan to join us Wednesday morning the 1st of July at 10:00am. If you wish to become a member of UUCD, please RSVP or send questions to Rose Akerman at [email protected]. Current members are also invited as well as those who are just interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and UUCD, but please RSVP.

Topic: UUCD Membership Class - UU101

Time: 10:00am Wednesday 1 July 2020

email Rose for Zoom meeting details.

[06/16/20]   6/21/20. Welcoming/TRANS/Non-Binary
Rev. Miller Hoffman

One of the ways in which we renew our commitment to being a "Welcoming Congregation" in the UUA is to have worship services with specific themes that expand knowledge of LGBTQ+ people and of larger issues of being"welcoming" (literally) and hospitable to all manner of people. Join us this week as we have a special guest, Rev. Miller Jen Hoffman, who will talk to us about Trans* and non-binary issues, why these matter, and how this is integral to who we are as those who want to be "Welcoming."

This service will be held by Zoom. If you would like to attend, please email [email protected] for details.

[06/09/20]   June 14, Father's Day - and What Now? Rev Dr Kharma Amos

As we move forward, worshipping in ways we have never experienced, we will honor Father's Day. And, we'll talk about whatever is "relevant" and on our minds during these strange times. The theme for this week is "RightNow."

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UUCD Pride Worship 2020

In case you missed our wonderful Pride service, we recorded it and put it on YouTube. Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXI_r7SBpRs

This is the virtual worship service held on May 31, 2020. Our focus was on the First Principle of Unitarian Universalism, our belief in the inherent worth an...

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Sunday, May 31st. Rev. Dr. Kharma Amos

Don't miss PRIDE Worship this Sunday! And, consider inviting a friend to join us.

Our focus will be on the First Principle of Unitarian Universalism, our belief in the inherent worth and dignity of every person, through the specific lens of affirming the LGBTQ+ community. Let's celebrate the progress towards equality that has been made in society AND honor the reality that many people are still marginalized and oppressed because of their sexuality or gender identity. We affirm our commitment to being a welcoming congregation, and to working for sex/gender justice. Several members of our own UUCD Community will share personal reflections, and the gifts they have to offer the world because of their LGBTQ+ identity/experience.

We will have a Guest Musician share some special music with us. Rev. David M. Glasgow (he/him/his) is a Pennsylvania-based pianist, vocalist, composer, actor, and educator. A Credentialed Music Leader in the Association for Unitarian Universalist Music Ministries, he has served the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations as General Assembly Music Coordinator, Music Leadership Certification Program instructor in congregational song-leading, Co-Chair of AUUMM Good Offices, and Conference Planning Committee repertory & resource chair. He has served the UU's of the Cumberland Valley (Boiling Springs, PA) as their music director since 2008.

For details to join us at 10:00 am (suggest arriving a few minutes early), please email UUCDcontact.org for Zoom contact information.

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[05/21/20]   UUCD is participating in the UUA's Common Read program. This year's selection is The Indigenous People's History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz.

Our final discussion will be held by Zoom next Sunday, May 24th at 1:00.

The book will be divided into thirds for the purposes of discussion. Session 3 will cover Chapters 9-end of book. This session will be led by Lindsay Auten. We will allow 90 minutes for the discussion, but come for as long as you can. You do not have to have read the book to participate, but it would be useful for you to at least familiarize yourself with the contents, perhaps by reading the summary on Amazon or elsewhere and some reviews. You are still welcome, even if you didn’t attend the other sessions.

Topic: UUCD - Common Read - Discussion Session 3
Time: May 24, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

If you are interested in joining us for the discussion, please email [email protected] for the contact information.

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[05/20/20]   May 20, The St. Jones River Lotus Sangha group will meet tonight (Wednesday evening) at 7 by Zoom. The group is led by Abby Miller and uses meditation practices promoted by Buddhist monk, Thich Nhat Hanh. If you would like to join us, email [email protected] for more information about how to connect. All are welcome!

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Our Story

The Unitarian Universalists of Central Delaware promotes a liberal approach to religious and spiritual nourishment through worship, education and celebration. Services are held every Sunday morning at 10:00 AM. Minister: Rev. Kharma Amos. Rev. Amos can be reached at 571-243-3506. Visit our website at www.uucd.org

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As Unitarian Universalists, we join in common goals: to support each other in our spiritual journey, to serve humanity, to celebrate diversity, to be in harmony with the universe and to open our hearts, minds and our spirits to all that life unfolds. We are committed to the values of diversity, social justice, liberal religious education, mutual caring and support, and to acceptance and peace in our congregation, our community and in the world. Our Mission Statement To provide a church community that is diverse in theology, spirituality, philosophy and culture. We affirm the worth of each individual and honor the democratic process. As a community of individuals, we seek diversity of thought, truth and justice for all humankind. We support the individual freedom of belief and free faith, which is inherent in the Unitarian Universalist Heritage and described in the seven basic principles.

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