An Urban Center in Detroit for Spiritual Renewal and Social Justice

Liberate Truth - Radiate Kindness - Love Courageously

Flaming Chalice

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Detroit
4605 Cass Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201
Proud member of the Cass Corridor Commons

Online Worship Information
Link for Live Worship Services (11am Sunday on Zoom)
  Phone access via Zoom: 312-626-6799, Meeting ID: 885 6300 0789, Participant ID: none (just hit #)
Past week: August 1 Program, Recording

Current Events
✓ July 22, 2021 6:00PM: Poetry by ML Liebler
✓ August 1, 2021 1:00PM: Social Justice Committee
August 8, 2021 1:00PM: Worship Committee
August 8, 2021 7:00PM: Film Discussion
August 15, 2021 7:00-8:30PM: Ice Cream Social in Church Parking Lot
      Please RSVP to sally233@sbcglobal.net by August 8.


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Congregational Meeting 12/20/2020 (Zoom)
EMEAC Annual Meeting
Vespers Poetry
Hound Dog
Father's Day Is For Boys
Upside Down Tapestry Mosaic History
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Music

CorridorOfMixedEmotions
GrassRootsMovement
Garbage
A Quad of Todd
Don't Worry, Be Happy
Chimes & Candles
Spirit of Life
Change Gonna Come
Go Down Moses (organ)
Inside the Organ Videos

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Sunday services begin at 11:00 AM

August 8, 2021
Rev. Dr. Stephen Butler Murray, Minister
American Morality

The very nature of "freedom" is at question in America today. Do we uphold ideas of freedom from persecution, or do we celebrate freedom to behave however we wish? In the midst of a global pandemic, does the government promote freedom by mandating masks, or is this instead a violation of our freedoms? This murkiness threatens the stability of our nation. This sermon will explore how we understand the difference between right and wrong and the collective character of our nation.

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