And Service Is Our Prayer: The Spirituality of Lay Leadership
Pulpit Guest: Teresa Jordan
How might spiritual development be enhanced by service? As UUFD transitions to a new church year, let us consider opportunities to deepen spiritual life through service within our fellowship.
- Susan Frederick-Gray elected UUA president
- UUA Condemns Withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement
- Summer Series Schedule…
It’s been a tradition at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango to focus the summer worship on a particular topic. This summer will focus on ...
- Don Gordon Memorial Service 06/29/2017
- Movie - Harvest of Empire 06/29/2017
- 4 Corners UU Retreat 07/07/2017 - 07/09/2017
- Work Party, Saturday July 15th 07/15/2017
- Nicholas Kristof - Making a Difference Speaker Series 10/04/2017
Lynn Griffith Member
I've been a member for a couple of years now and the supportive, open, loving nature of this Fellowship continually amazes me; the accepting, non-judgmental attitude of the congregation.
The people were what drew me initially, and I've grown to see us so much more for our similarities than our differences. Our relatively new minister Katie, has really galvanized this group, brought new energy and purpose to our congregation, brought out the best in all of us and certainly attracted new members. I think people have varying curves with the acceptance of a Fellowship or church, some embrace it and it's principles immediately, and for others there's a growth period and then a realization of the special gift that it is. I'm glad I found it.