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
“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
In today’s sermon we will explore our Right Relations Covenant. Join us to explore how we can have better relationships. We will also sing joyous hymns together and have A Time for All Ages. The children will go to religious education classes after the first part of the service. Also … Continue reading
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
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
Photos by Nola Shelton copyright 2013 – click on photos for large view NOTE: We have more expanded the music to being a full open mic that includes poetry readings besides any genre of music. Blues Jam was how we got started in July, but we’ve had other great performances … Continue reading
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