About the Fellowship

Meeting Location and Time

  • Delaware Arts Castle,190 W Winter Street, Delaware, Ohio
    Sunday 10:00 a.m.

DUUF Board Presidents

  • Karen McCulloch and Mary Nice
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Minister (Part Time)

  • David Soliday
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  • David is available for Weddings and other services.


DUUF Contact Information

  • PO Box 717, Delaware, OH 43015
  • 740-362-1860
  • Email general inquiries
  • duuf.org

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Sunday, May 3

Please join us this Sunday for our service at 10:00 a.m.   Mary Alice Dillman will present   "Equality in the Declaration of Independence and Inequalities of the Twenty-First Century."

Whereas the Declaration of Independence in 1776 intended to promote equality for every citizen of the nation, inequalities existed then and now.  Such inequality is invading democracy.  The dazzling optimism written into the Declaration leads people to believe they have equal power to fight policy changes and legal laws that initiate inequality.  But political and economic power invested in a few can increase risk for the majority of citizens in a democracy and break down into inequalities among people.

Music will be performed by Jonalyn and Christopher Snyder.

Our services are held at  the Delaware Arts Castle, 190 W. Winter Street, Delaware.

Three Reminders

(1)   This Sunday is our PIN Sunday. Please consider a donation in cash or food or both
(2)   Please send a birthday card to Bill Huckabee before May 11.  You can give it to Coe or Carolyn on Sundays or mail it to Bill.
(3)   Also, remember to sign up before the end of April for the Kroger Rewards Program. Please see Carolyn.

Who We Are

Welcome to the Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (DUUF) of Delaware, Ohio!

We are a small, mostly lay-led congregation, and we invite you to attend our Sunday services.  If you find the services meaningful, if you find spiritual contentment there, if you meet others with like interests, and if you prefer a fellowship instead of a larger church, you may be comfortable in our Fellowship.

Upcoming Activities

Sunday, May 3   Mary Alice Dillman, "Equality in the Declaration of Independence and Inequalities of the 21st Century"

Sunday, May 10  Gordon Bixel, TBA

Sunday, May 17  "Gifts of Active Hope,"  presented by the Social Action Committee of the North Unitarian Universalist Congregation.

[See the "Schedule" page for services later in the Spring]