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Queen of Soul

On this last Sunday of Black History Month, we’ll experience a life imprinted from faith and church. Aretha Franklin was an activist, a diva, an icon. Let’s honor her influence on us. 

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“At home with UUFD”

Anyone who considers their own sense of spirituality as personally unique and assumes everyone else feels the same about their perspective, is at ease with their beliefs in the company of Unitarian Universalists.  So many who discover the unchallenged freedom from dogma and enthusiastic exploration of diverse philosophies respond with, “I’ve been a Unitarian all of my life and didn’t know it!”  Read the full testimonial.