The Promise and the Practice
Rev. Katie Kandarian-Morris
What is the “promise and the practice” of Unitarian Universalism? What are we called to do and be in this time and place, here and in our movement? As a symbol, we will recognize our newest members.
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- Recital Series 2017~2018 10/13/2017 - 04/27/2018
- Annual Diversity Dialogue 02/17/2018
- How We End Homelessness! - A Forum 02/17/2018
- #ME TOO MARCH 02/17/2018
- Documentary Screening - EQUAL MEANS EQUAL 02/18/2018
- Facility Planning Kickoff 02/20/2018
- Christ for Unitarian Universalists - A book discussion series 03/06/2018
- UU Jazz Deux 03/23/2018
- Camping on the Colorado River 04/20/2018 - 04/22/2018
Elizabeth Crawford Member
I’m fairly new at the UUFD, but from the beginning I have felt at home in this community of seekers. Here, I’m not afraid to ask hard questions of myself and others about religion, morality, and our place in the universe.
The elements of a UUFD Sunday service--the music, the children's story, the message, connecting with others--stir the emotions and intellect. The message comes not from doctrine, and not from the minister alone. We hear from the best thinkers, past and present, from every religion and philosophy, and explore principles that may be universal or controversial. Read the full testimonial.