Following the service there will be a dedication and brief celebration of our new totem pole, to show solidarity, created by our members along with art students at Gwynn Park High School and artist Caryl Henry Alexander. All are welcome.
WHAT: 1ST SATURDAY AT DAVIES, BLUES JAM/OPEN MIC/GOOD FOOD (Fish fry – suggested donation of $10) TIME: SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1:30-5 PLACE: DAVIES MEMORIAL UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH,7400 TEMPLE HILLS RD, CAMP SPRINGS,MD See more information on this page. SPREAD THE WORD!
This Sunday, “Arise! Easter Sunday”. Come and find out what the Easter message has for Unitarian Universalists. Our worship service starts at 10:30 AM. All are welcome. Invite your friends and family. Newcomers can learn more about our services here.
Jan. 3, Saturday 1:30 – 5:00 PM – Davies Community Chili Chow/Blues Jam/Open Mic – A great bowl of chili (a variety including con carne and vegetarian) and sides is available for a suggested donation of $10. A selection of beverages will also be available. The Blues Concert with Anthony “SwampDog” … Continue reading
At 7:00 PM we will have a lot of music and caroling plus a lesson from our minister, Madelyn Campbell. Our tradition is to bring cookies and other holiday goodies to share after the service, but you’re welcome to just bring yourself. The collection, which is also optional, will go … Continue reading
ADORE (A Dialogue on Race and Ethnicity) At Davies Memorial UU Church In this forum, we explore our feelings on race and ethnic issues to learn more about ourselves and about other people who may have different feelings on these issues. Friday, November 14, 2014 Optional potluck at 6:30 p.m.; … Continue reading
Please join us for this exciting event! The Blues Concert is free, but we will be accepting donations for the fish dinner. Click the following link for more information. http://dmuuc.org/connecting/programs/community-fish-fry-open-mic/
Please spread the word about our yard sale this Saturday, June 14 from 9 AM to 2 PM on Temple Hills Rd. in Camp Springs (directions here). There will be books, clothes, household items, appliances, children’s toys, outdoor items, some furniture, products from Kenya, and much more. There will also … Continue reading
A service presented by our poets, musicians, and artists, coordinated by Hiram Larew. Join us in celebrating spring with creativity.
Discussion: Race In America (see previous post for Press Release – reporter(s) may be attending) Who: Tess Taylor (Coming To The Table Member/white descendant of Thomas Jefferson) her book of poetry about her journey/discovery: The Forage House, Resides in Berkeley California Reisha Raney (African American descendant of Jefferson’s Uncle) who … Continue reading