Online Social Networks
Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church (DMUUC) has many ways to follow activities by email and on social networks. All those who live in the DC, Prince George’s or Charles County area and beyond are welcome to join these networks alongside members. To join, click on the appropriate link to join one or more lists/forums and send us some information about yourself – your name & why you’d like to join the list (e.g. moving into the area, recently visited the church, etc.; also you can include where you live, anything related to your relationship with UUism or the church). If you’re wanting to join a discussion list, let us know if you’d like your introductory message to be posted to the list. All conversation lists use the Unitarian Universalist (UU) principles as a guideline to communication. Other UU email lists & forums are also mentioned below.
You can subscribe to our blog through Google’s Feedburner with the envelope button on the right side column or through WordPress when you comment. The blog is in the Update button on the menu or the latest posts can be seen on the right side.
If the links below to subscribe to lists don’t work, please send request with pertinent subject to web @ dmuuc.org.
Announcements are sent out by our administrator, which pertains only to church-related business (event reminders, emergencies, etc. and our monthly nUUsletter). You can subscribe through this form.
ADORE (A discussion on race and ethnicity) is a monthly discussion group. We have an email list to follow-up in between meetings. If you’ve attended ADORE, would like to attend ADORE, aren’t able to attend live meeting, AND are a member or have attended our church, you are welcome to join this list, which is hosted at YahooGroups. There are files and links for sharing information about racism and related issues on that site. In the future, we may open it up to a larger community. Click to join.
The Social Action Committee has a YahooGroup which is not just for the committee, but for any member or friend interested in social justice issues (see more about our committee here). Click to join. Race and ethnicity is also social justice, which we have a separate list for sharing – see above.
The following were created to find other members on Social Networks and for sharing about our events and programs and discussion by commenting. If you subscribe to these accounts, please share our posts with your readers and friends (you can also mention your personal experience with the programs you like at church):
To learn more about Unitarian Universalism in general or if you have specific interests in UUism within our church (such as a member of a committee) or a support-type group for minority concerns or interest groups for which this congregation does not have a formal group (such as Homeschooling, Parenting, Bible Conversation, Religious Naturalists, and many more), you can learn more from lists available from the UUA, the national association with which this church is affiliated. Among them are JPD lists (Joseph Priestley District, the district that includes Maryland). Members & leaders & potential leaders, see the many Facebook groups to join. When tweeting, check out & use these UU Twitter hashtags.
If you didn’t join one of ours this time, please come back to join them as soon as you start attending the church.