How to turn a $1000 donation from our members & friends into $4000.

The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee is collecting to help the victims in Philippines. We have a matching grant and Shelter Rock is giving another matching grant.  $1000 from Davies members + DMUUC match = $2000 + Shelter Rock match = $4000. Donations need to be made through our church to … Continue reading

Jewelry, bags, and more from Kenya make good gifts

The Board of Trustees approved at their meeting Thurs. night to allow the sales of the products of the Kenyan UUs to help them become more sustainable. The Social Action Committee hopes for a long-term relationship with Minister Kevin Ragira and his UU congregations. You can watch his videos to … Continue reading

This Sunday: African drumming & classes for children

Sunday Service: “West African Drumming & Stories” led by World Portico.  This experiential service will explore drumming, singing, dance and spiritual proverbs and practices from Ghana and Nigeria. Learn some of the traditions and stories surrounding drums and hear Pilo, an international performer and master drummer from Ghana, share his … Continue reading

UU Heretics & Heros Service

Our Religious Education Director Rev. Pete Fontnau programmed a great Dia de los Muertos service on Unitarian Universalist Heretics & Heros, starring various members of the congregation as famed Unitarians, Universalists, and UUs of the past. Pete appeared as Michael Servetus. Other members of the congregation appeared as and told … Continue reading

“As people of faith we find it morally irresponsible…” Government shutdown 2013

“As people of faith we find it morally irresponsible to blockade the process by which we provide for our nation’s shared needs in a bid to force any individual legislative priority.” Full statement: Design by Jessica Ferguson

The History of our Wonderful “SOUP SUNDAY” tradition and the Oxon Hill Food Pantry

The History of our Wonderful “SOUP SUNDAY” tradition and the Oxon Hill Food Pantry by Liz Echols Our longest lasting and most effective social action project began more than 40 years ago. Back in 1969, Davies Memorial and a group of other area churches of all denominations banded together to … Continue reading

Book Discussion Group – “Speak Peace in a World of Conflict”

“Speak Peace in a World of Conflict” by Marshall Rosenberg, will be the first book for a new book discussion group. Sessions will be held on the four Sundays in November starting at 12:30 pm. If you would like to participate, contact Roz Winard in person or by email at … Continue reading

A Dialog on Race and Ethnicity Tonight in Camp Springs – spread the word!

A Dialog on Race and Ethnicity (ADORE) Friday, Oct 11, 2013 Optional potluck at 6:30 pm Discussion begins at 7:30 pm In the ADORE forum at Davies we discuss race relations and the American way of life with the aim of exploring our feelings on racial issues and learning more … Continue reading

“Learning About The Birds And The Bees… At Sunday School”

We are proud to be part of a community that offers OWL classes (Our Whole Lives sexuality education) which was featured in a story on WAMU recently – read about and listen to it here. This course is available for a variety of age groups starting with early elementary, with … Continue reading

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