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Spiritual Freethinkers – Join Us in Camp Springs, MD

We are Freethinker Friendly: we provide a welcoming community for people with atheist, agnostic, humanist, and other non-theistic worldviews. We welcome humanists, atheists, agnostics, and other freethinkers as Unitarian, Universalists, and Unitarian Universalists have for over 100 years! Families, especially, find supportive and loving community and a village to help … Continue reading

Peter Tatchell to Speak on Aug. 28 at Sunday Service – Join Us!

Peter Tatchell, globally known humanist and gay, human rights defender will speak on Aug 28 on “Secular Humanism & Political Conflicts: Giving Voice to the Voiceless” at Davies church. Peter Tatchell has been campaigning for human rights, democracy, LGBT freedom and global justice since 1967. He is a member of … Continue reading

Living Our Right Relations Covenant

LIVING OUR RIGHT RELATIONS COVENANT by Joyce Dowling October 13, 2013 How can we live by our Right Relations Covenant?: that covenant that hangs on our wall [ and is on the membership page here and a large image here ] that many of us here participated in creating. Those … Continue reading

Peak Experiences and Religion by Mac and Susan Goekler

Peak Experiences and Religion by Mac and Susan Goekler Susan: Twenty-five years ago, I originally presented a service about peak experiences at a Unitarian Universalist Church that I attended in Greensboro, North Carolina.  A few months before that service, I had had an intense experience.  I did not know what … Continue reading

Misunderstanding Virtue by Michael Hardy

Misunderstanding Virtue by Michael Hardy, July 11, 2013 One of the best aspects of Unitarian Universalism as a religion is its emphasis on encouraging virtue rather than on stigmatizing vice. Instead of a list of ‘thou shalt nots’ or a fixation on ‘sin,’ we offer Seven Principles, a positive approach … Continue reading


MUSIC This page is about the actual music we use, particularly the hymns. We like to have a variety of genre, including jazz, classical, choral, folk, popular, country, mixed, and international. Check our calendar for special music programs and join us. This sermon about our hymnals expresses the importance of … Continue reading

Am I a Christian?

By Richard Hurst Liturgist, Universalist National Memorial Church – Washington, D.C. March 12, 2000 First Reading: “Am I A Christian?” from Without Apology by A. Powell Davies I believe with Jesus that God is spirit, and that truth never binds our minds but sets them free. I believe that “by … Continue reading

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