ONLINE SERVICE: Both Passover and Easter include joyous seaside moments. In Exodus, the enslaved Hebrews escape across the Red Sea, where Miriam leads them in a sandy dance of liberation. In the Gospel of John, the recently risen Jesus is discovered on the beach at … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Norman Allen
ONLINE SERVICE: Drawing on the “Tenebrae” tradition of contemplative chant, we’ll use the story of Jesus’s final days as a mirror for our broken world. We’ll sit in silence, sing quietly to ourselves, and consider the life of an innocent man condemned to death. In … read more.
ONLINE SERVICE: In a month devoted to the theme of “Liberation” we begin with the story of Moses and the Burning Bush. Never dreaming that he’s destined to become the liberator of his people, Moses has the courage to approach this divine phenomenon only to … read more.
ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE: In these days of “social distancing,” we find inspiration in the words of gay novelist E.M. Forster, whose call to “Only connect!” lies at the center of his masterpiece “Howard’s End.” This Sunday we explore the many ways we can connect with … read more.
With the Davies building temporarily closed, we invite you to join us for a festive online worship experience! The beloved 23rd Psalm tells us that God makes us lie down in green pastures, leads us beside still waters, and restores our souls. But why would God … read more.
Socrates famously told the people of Athens, “I am the wisest man alive, for I know one thing, and that is that I know nothing.” As we begin our month devoted to the theme of Wisdom, we’ll celebrate all that we don’t know, all the … read more.
If any community has proven its resilience, it’s the Davies Unitarian Universalist Congregation. Join us as we celebrate our vital, dynamic, ever-expanding, community-serving ability to thrive. Kicking off our annual pledge campaign, we’ll revel in current successes and look to an even brighter future. Join us … read more.
To begin this month’s theme of “Resilience,” we look to the wisdom of theologian Howard Thurman. While recognizing that all of us pass through periods of darkness, he also spoke of the need “to continue one’s journey with one’s footsteps guided by the illumination of … read more.
On this weekend devoted to the memory of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., we conclude our series on Integrity and Self-Reflection by turning our gaze outward and considering how our inner core – our faith – might shape our lives. Together, we’ll remember that our … read more.
In “The Journey,” poet Mary Oliver speaks of moving beyond the cacophony of voices telling us who we are – or who we ought to be – so we might hear the “new voice, which you slowly recognize as your own.” As we continue our … read more.