A Dialogue on Race and Ethnicity – Fri., Oct. 13 7pm following potluck

ADORE!!! (A Dialogue on Race and Ethnicity) Next ADORE At Davies Memorial UU Church! Friday, October 13, 2017 Optional potluck at 6:30 p.m.; Discussion: 7:00-9:00 p.m.    ADORE is a forum in which participants explore their feelings on race and ethnic issues in order to learn more about themselves and … Continue reading

Can we defeat Racism without addressing Classism?

ADORE!! (A Dialogue on Race and Ethnicity) At Davies Memorial UU Church  This is a group discussion in which we explore our feelings on race and ethnicity issues in order to learn more about ourselves and improve our inter-racial interactions. Next ADORE! Friday, March 10, 2017 Optional potluck at 6:30 … Continue reading

Women’s March RE-Visioning Project: Feb. 20 5:30 PM

Women’s March RE-Visioning Project:President’s Day, February 20th Purpose: To revisit the Women’s March when almost 5 Million Women around the world stood up for Minority Rights. Re-Visioning: At 5:30 pm, we will gather to share visions for future activism. We will share our Joys and Concerns for our administration. We … 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

Notes and Photos from Special “Race in America” Program

Reisha Raney is one of a few African American members of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).  The first African American member joined in 1977; now they have ~6,000. PBS’s series “African American Lives” got Reisha interested with DNA tests. She has had more than one article in the … 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

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

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