We are a new congregation, bringing Unitarian Universalism to the Dover area.
If you are unfamiliar with Unitarian Universalism, you will experience a wide range of spiritual and intellectual thinking and a variety of relevant and interesting topics. We are warm and welcoming and enjoy introducing visitors to our diverse and liberal faith.
We extend a special welcome to UUs who are new to the area. Your experience and knowledge can help us grow.
If you are interested in joining our mailing list or learning more, please contact us!
What Do We Believe?
We affirm the worth of each individual, honor the democratic process, and respect individual freedom of belief and free faith which is inherent in the Unitarian Universalist heritage and its seven basic principles. For more about our denomination’s beliefs, principles, and history, please check our page About Unitarian Universalism.
Next Sunday’s Service
May 1 – “Forgiveness” Jean Charles, frequent speaker and member of the Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware, will give a sermon on the topic of Forgiveness, which she says can be one of the most difficult concepts to grasp. This may explain why it’s one of the most difficult and greatest gifts to give. Jean will share her experience with the 2006 Amish shootings in Lancaster County, PA, and the Amish forgiveness concept. May our compassion and love radiate beyond ourselves to a broken world that yearns for healing.
Spring Fling Coming May 14
Dance, Eat, Drink, Socialize and Bid at Silent and Live Auction
Where else can you have such a great time for just $5 a person? Invite some friends and have your own table. You are encouraged to get your tickets ahead of time and pay, particularly if you would like to reserve a table. Wine will be available for purchase by the glass, but the appetizers are included in the price of the ticket.
The Unitarian Universalists of Central Delaware are hosting a fun(d)-raising event on Saturday, May 14th at 6:00 at Congregation Beth Sholom, 340 N. Queen St., in Dover. Bidding will cease by 8:30 and you must be prepared to pay for your items that night.
Child care will be available at the family-friendly event, for those who have reserved it ahead of time.
A catalog of the items will be available ahead of time, online at uucd.org. It is hoped that all friends and members will participate as actively as they can, by donating goods or services, bringing friends (and themselves) and by bidding. There will be opportunities for absentee biding on many of the items, if you are unable to attend.
Items will include a time share week vacation, personal help on how to sell items on eBay, handmade greeting cards, art objects, etc.