Welcome Visitors, Friends and Members

 

 Sunday, March 1 - Two Services 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Oh Freedom!                                  Samantha McCoy & Rev. Barbara

 

Much has changed and much is left to do. Sam McCoy made her pilgrimage to Mississippi July 2014 for the 50th anniversary of the Civil Right Act. She teaches American History and she is here to tell us her story of this trip and why this matters to her.  We will welcome Our new Pianist, Kai, and her friends.


 

Inspirational Quote:

In the end it won't matter how much you have, but how much you have given. It won't matter how much you know, but rather how much you love. And it won't matter how much you profess to believe, but rather how much you live the few enduring truths you claim as ultimate. All the rest is practice.  -   John Morgan

 

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury, (UU Danbury), is an open religious community that welcomes a diversity of people, ideas and beliefs. We celebrate together that which is good in life, and offer comfort and care in times of need. With others, we work to create a just society and a sustainable earth. We stand as a beacon of independent thought and encourage lifelong spiritual and intellectual exploration.