About the Fellowship

Meeting Location and Time

  • Sunday 10:00 a.m.,       Delaware Arts Castle,190 W Winter Street, Delaware, Ohio   (Parking at rear)

DUUF Board President

  • Tracy Nelson
  • Email our Fellowship President

Minister (Part Time)

  • David Soliday
  • Email our Minister
  • 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, October 23

We  will meet at 10:00 a.m. for this service, but not at our usual place.  For location and directions, please call 740-965-5705.

In this Sunday’s breakfast and  discussion, we will explore the question “What does ‘corporate personhood’ mean?”  This is a continuation of our fellowship’s study of a potential corruption of our democracy.  As corporations use “corporate personhood” and “money as speech” for their interests rather than the people’s needs, can a constitutional amendment be passed to protect us?  Could this further Unitarian Universalist work for social and environmental justice and help protect the health and safety of the people and the planet?

Who We Are

We are 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.

Our Upcoming Activities

Sunday, October 30,  "Celebrating Samhain," David Soliday (Site: Willow Brook South)

Sunday, November 6,  "Sarah Hale and Thanksgiving,"  Bob Ford (Site: Willow Brook South)

Sunday, November 13, "Let's Do What We Do, Just Better,"  Karen McCullough (Site: Arts Castle)

Sunday, November 20,  No regular Sunday service.  Thanksgiving Seder service (sometime this weekend).

Sunday, November 27, "Religion and Biology," Mary Nice