Actions for the New Year

Happy New Year! 2017 is expected to be a busy year for human rights activists. Since most Unitarian Universalists are concerned about social justice and particularly human rights, as that is a big part of our principles, we will be joining the effort. Most of our work will be in … Continue reading

Addressing Slavery, Lynching, and Legacies

On December 3, 2016 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon there will be a panel discussion on how three authors (Bernice Bennett, Karen Branan, and Susan Tichy) have addressed slavery, lynching, and their legacies in their respective books at Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church, 7400 Temple Hill Rd., Camp Springs, MD 20748 followed … Continue reading

Water Communion & Joining a Circle for Connection

This Sunday, Sept. 11, we’ll be celebrating a unique ceremony created by Unitarian Universalist women to celebrate life. You can check out the history of the Water Communion here. We will be coming together with friends and family to share water that is representative of times and conditions in our … Continue reading

Member appears on local TV, Scholar’s Chair, speaking on Secular Humanism

Chris Bell, who happens to be a Board member of Davies was recently on the TV show, Scholar’s Chair, and appears on YouTube below. It was a discussion on Secular Humanism. His comments are his own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of other members. As he says, “Search … 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

Summer Groups Plan for Change – Hospitality, Worship, Intergenerational

Three groups have been working throughout the summer that followed a process many of our members and friends attended. Five important areas were identified during our 8-month process from the fall to the spring: Young families, kids, intergenerational Music & meaningful / inspiring worship Welcoming hospitality Inclusivity, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural Community impact … Continue reading

Free: Explore our Feelings on Race and Ethnic Issues to Learn More about Ourselves and Improve our Inter-racial Interactions

You are invited to attend: A.D.O.R.E A Dialogue on Race and Ethnicity Friday, June 10th Optional potluck 6:30 pm Discussion 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm In this group discussion, we explore our feelings on race and ethnic issues in order to learn more about ourselves and to improve our inter-racial … Continue reading

Black Lives Matter Totem Community Project

Davies members worked with art students at Gwynn Park High School, led by artist Caryl Henry Alexander to create our new Black Lives Matter totem pole. Thanks to art teacher Leslie Hargrove. Members have also participated in a Black Lives Matter Summit and a vigil. This Sunday we’ll be taking … Continue reading

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