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Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff

Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff's First Tuesday Social Justice Film Series, presented in partnership with the Dallas Peace Center. Other organizations, including Amnesty International,...

Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff

Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff's First Tuesday Social Justice Film Series, presented in partnership with the Dallas Peace Center. Other organizations, including Amnesty International, also sponsor selected films. The Film Series offers movies that actually raise your consciousness concerning current circumstances in the world in which we live. After every film, lively discussions with socially-responsible individuals leave you a better and more informed member of the human race.

We the members of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff covenant to support the following purposes:

  • To maintain a liberal religious presence in Oak Cliff and Southwest Dallas County.
  • To provide a caring, worshipping and learning community where diverse individuals can unite in their search for (spiritual) meaning.
  • To share our Unitarian Universalist message of tolerance, freedom and reason.
  • To encourage responsible involvement in and service to our community and our world.

The UU Fellowship of Dallas (also called Oak Cliff UU Fellowship) was the very first Unitarian Universalist society, coming into existence on the very day of the merger between the American Unitarian Association and the Universalist Church of America in 1961. In April of 2003 we changed our name to Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff.

We've been at our present location since moving there in the mid - 1960s. We're located in a beautifully wooded area that has slowly grown into a "campus" of buildings; We rent or otherwise make our facilities available to the ethnically diverse community that today surrounds us.

Our Church has been served by three Extension Ministers: the Revs. Bill Holway, Bob Hill and Frank Carpenter and three Called Ministers: the Revs. Suzanne Meyer, Don Fielding and currently Mark Walz.

We maintain a membership of approximately 70 and serve the surrounding area through a variety of means.

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