Celebration of Life: Scott Ward

Thank you to everyone who joined us last Sunday to celebrate the life of our beloved friend, honorary minister, and choir director, Scott Ward. If you were unable to attend in person and would like to view a recording of the service, please email our Business Manager, Marina, at marina@firstuuwilm.org...

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Arpeggio Accordion Available

The church needs to find a new home for an Arpeggio brand accordion. This appears to be a fairly high quality instrument. It is marked “Made in Italy” and what may be a model number – “Matr.N. 2743”. There are 5 treble register switches. Based on the deterioration of the...

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Library Move Progress

We are almost done with unpacking the library books upstairs. Thank you to Renee Anderson for coming in during the past two weeks to continue unpacking books. Ernie Congo, our building coordinator, has been a big help as well, moving boxes and tables, as well as providing many of the...

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UU the VOTE: Postcard Campaign

We live in a scary time on many levels and the attack on our democracy is so critical that we MUST act. The 2020 election is momentous! UUDAN delivered a total of 3000 postcards to members and friends across the 5 Delaware congregations! This postcard campaign, organized by Reclaim Our...

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Pastoral Care Announcement: Sam Stubblefield

Sam Stubblefield Sam Stubblefield died on Tuesday, July 28 after fighting metastatic lung cancer for years. Sam, Liz Muth, and their children, Drew and Evan, have been part of our First Unitarian Church community in recent years participating in religious education and worship. Sam was a well loved pediatric hospitalist...

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Pastoral Care Announcement: David Sheppard

David Sheppard As we announced on Wednesday, long-time First Unitarian member David Sheppard died on Tuesday, July 28, 2020. We also extend our care and concern to David and Gayle’s children Rebecca, Paul, and Marc and we hold Gayle with love and affection as David’s loyal and loving presence is...

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