Depending on the weather, we hope to offer our annual Blessing of the Animals outdoors on the Davies grounds! Join us for worship at 10:30 and bring along your furry, finned, and feathered friends – in person or in photographs. We’ll also be live streaming … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Norman Allen
We conclude this summer’s focus on our Unitarian and Universalist forebears with a recognition of the many people – named and unnamed, known and unknown – who have carried our ever-evolving and always-beloved faith tradition from generation to generation. This Sunday we reach back across … read more.
Reverends Florence Buck (1860-1925) and Marion Murdoch (1849-1943) were life-partners and co-ministers of a Unitarian church at a time when women were rarely granted ordination. The Associated Press reported in 1894, “It is their desire to always remain together, and the church that calls one … read more.
Fannie Barrier Williams (1855 – 1944) was an African American educator, artist, musician, and journalist who advocated for social justice and for the rights of Black women in particular. She gained international prominence with a speech to the World Parliament of Religions, where she condemned … read more.
This Sunday is our first trial “hybrid” service offered both online and onsite! Join us as we navigate these new waters AND celebrate educator Rev. Joseph Jordan (1842-1901), the first African American to be ordained by the Universalist General Convention. In founding the First Universalist … read more.
Over the course of the summer, we’ll be looking at the lives and legacies of Unitarians and Universalists who paved the way for the faith tradition we embrace today. First up is Michael Servetus, the Spanish theologian who rejected the Holy Trinity in favor of … read more.
Before the cook-outs, concerts, and fireworks, the Davies community gathers to consider how the Eight Principles of Unitarian Universalism speak to us on this national holiday. What does patriotism look like for a people whose goal is world peace. What does it look like for a … read more.