In a month devoted to the theme of Play, we’ll spend this Sunday morning in sacred silliness. Through song, story, and interactive games, we’ll experience the light-hearted joy of being together in community as we strengthen our spiritual foundations for the hard work of social … read more.
We start the month with a celebration of LGBTQ+ Pride! Join use to honor the joyful, resonant, transformative spirit captured in poet James Broughton’s “Ode to Gaiety.” He writes: “Long live hilarity euphoria and flumadiddle/Long live gaiety/for all the laity.” Readings will also include poet … read more.
In theory, Unitarian Universalists hold onto one another not by repeating the same creeds, but by holding one another in covenant. Covenants are agreements made about how we will be with one another and the wider world. Do we have these covenants at Davies and … read more.