Upcoming Services

UUCD’s minister, lay leaders, and outstanding guest ministers from throughout our UU district lead our Sunday services. With this variety of services, we believe you will enjoy varying perspectives and stimulating sermons.

To see what a what a UUCD Sunday service might include, you can watch a YouTube video of Rev. Chute’s reflection on Walt Whitman – ‘Walt & Me.’ You can find it at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3sk-imOK1c&feature=youtu.be

 

Sunday services begin at 10 am

at Congregation Beth Shalom, 340 N. Queen St., Dover, DE

September 2

Blessing of the Animals – Cindy Hesseltine

A service to honor our 7th principle: to honor and respect the interconnected web of life of which we are all a part. This service will be held outside and please bring your pets and pictures of pets who have passed over the rainbow bridge. In case of rain, pets will need to stay home, but please bring pictures and stories to share.

September 9

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up – Laura Parks

Marie Kondo’s best-selling book is subtitiled “The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing.” Member Laura Parks will discuss how it clarified her approach to life.

September 16

Water Communion – Rev. Greg Chute

As we return from our various summer holidays, vacations, excursions and recreations we gather again to celebrate our UUCD community. Everyone is invited to bring “sacred water” from their special places and to add it as a blessing to our water communion.

This is a Social Justice Sunday.  The offering goes to Code Purple.

September 23

UU General Assembly – Wayne Kling

The 2018 Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly (GA) was in Kansas City, MO, this past June. The Worship Services presented at GA are known for their exceptional speakers, their timely, emotionally stirring, spiritually uplifting topics, and thought-provoking charges. Join us in sharing that experience through a video of one of the GA Worship Services.

September 30

What Does It Mean to be a People of Vision? – Rev. Greg Chute

This is the question posed for September by the UUA Soul Matters group. Let’s explore this together.