One of the beloved leaders of our faith tradition, with a long history in the pulpit and in global outreach, Rev. Ken MacLean will help us explore the changing perceptions in gender roles over recent decades. Join us as we celebrate our continuing partnership with … read more.
In this forum, we explore our feelings on racial and ethnic issues to learn more about ourselves and about people who may have different feelings.
Optional potluck at 6:30 P.M
Discussion begins at 7:00 P.M.
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What a way to celebrate Mother’s Day! The fifth and final rousing performance for this season of the Davies Concert series will be held at 4 pm on Mother’s Day Sunday, May 14, 2017 Featured performers will be a widely-acclaimed young jazz ensemble, the Peter and … read more.
Mother’s Day is our chance to honor, celebrate, remember and savor the wonders of Mothers. Join poets and musicians as we join in our tribute to motherhood and all it means to us. And get ready! – Time permitting, we’ll ask members of the Congregation … read more.
The Religious Education Discussion of Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar will begin on April 9th at 9:15am. Please join us as we attempt to explain the Trump Phenomenon.
Please contact Mike Papantones for more info.
Please plan to attend the DMUUC Fellowship Dinner on Saturday April 8 as we begin our annual Generous Giving Campaign. “Open to Change” is the theme for this year’s dinner and canvass. This will be a potluck dinner with
with hors d‘oeuvres at 5:30 ~ dinner … read more.
Message Delivered by Dr. Christopher Bell. Please join us for Sunday Circles after the service. All are welcome!