Speaker: Rev. Norman Allen

Planting Seeds

We begin the church year with new excitement and new challenges! The Davies congregation has experienced wondrous growth and evolution in recent years, arriving at a place where it can now support – and participate in– full time ministry. It also faces the continuing challenges of … read more.

Voices of Pride

Pride parades have been canceled and we won’t be tossing beads around the sanctuary as we did last year. But the spirit of LGBTQ+ Pride is alive and well! Join us HERE on Sunday morning as we lift up the voices of queer … read more.

Toward Beloved Community

We planned to spend this Sunday considering the “unwrapped gift” that lies in the future. Recent events call us to look instead at the reality of our present. Honoring the names of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, we will join together in prayer, … read more.

On the Threshold

ONLINE WORSHIP: As we begin a month-long focus on the theme of “Thresholds,” we draw on the wisdom of our namesake Rev. A. Powell Davies, who wrote, “The world we knew is passing; all things grow strange; all but the stout heart’s courage.” The times … read more.

Questions of Faith

ONLINE SERVICE: Rather than preach a formal sermon this Sunday, Rev. Norm will respond to your questions about faith and spirituality. We’ll consider how our Unitarian Universalist faith relates to our world, and to the immediate challenges that face us all. You can join our … read more.

Good Friday: The Scars We Carry

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.

The Burning Bush: Barefoot Blessings

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.