Founded in 1949, in the early days of the Fellowship Movement, Denton Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (DUUF) is a vibrant, growing, and diverse congregation of approximately 150 adults and 80 children located in the progressive and friendly university town of Denton, Texas. Since 2010 we have grown from a small, family-sized congregation to an emerging program-sized congregation. In early 2012 we called our first full-time minister, Rev. Pamela Wat. In late 2012 we transitioned to two services to accommodate this growth and added regular weeknight adult programming and additional classes for children and youth. Last year we graduated our first class of Coming of Age youth who participated in a week-long trip to Boston. We host an ongoing Centering Thursdays program, allowing participants to experience a variety of spiritual practices (Buddhist meditation, prayer beads, labyrinth walks, Qi Gung, mandala drawing, etc.) that draws congregation members and first-time guests to our church. As a result of this steady growth we are prepared to hire our first full-time Director of Lifespan Religious Education (DLRE).
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