Look below for updates about remote worship, programming, and ways we are caring for our community and connecting.
Check our weekly bulletin for Zoom links to join live worship.
You can always call or email us directly. We are checking our voicemail and email daily.
Rev, Beth Banks, RevBanks@uudavis.org 530-753-2581 x205
Rev. Morgan McLean, RevMcLean@uudavis.org 530-753-2581 x204
Create a weekly time-out with a chalice lighting, brief check-in, and an uplifting reading or ritual to center our conversations. Hear experiences and perspectives that encourage our own creativity and resiliency.Social Hour hosts welcome you into the group, offer some conversation topics (if needed), and might create breakout rooms for smaller groups.
Tuesdays at 7pm, Join us.
Thursdays at 3pm Join us.Parents’ Social Hour, Wednesdays at 9pm, Join us.
The kids are asleep (we hope!) and the parents are ready for bed, but we still love a time to connect, commiserate, and laugh a little!
The shelter in place order is an important public safety measure. And people are still need food, medicine, childcare, etc! We have created an easy-to-use system for requesting or offering help.Follow this link https://padlet.com/leoniepickett/xwcvofpmtd32
To request help: press the plus sign (+) in the column that best fits. Please include (1) your name and contact information (2) date and time details if needed (3) short description of what’s needed.To give help, drag the post to the “Jobs Taken” category. You can comment on a post and then contact the person directly.Questions, concerns, or help with the site: please connect with Leonie Pickett
Minister’s Discretionary Fund
If your ability to work has been affected by work closures, and you’re experiencing financial hardship, please contact RevBanks@uudavis.org or RevMcLean@uudavis.org to ask about the Minister’s Discretionary Fund. It exists to assist members and active friends who have financial emergency needs.
Take Care of Yourself
This is an unusual moment in history we are living through. It’s normal to feel anxious and unsure, especially as information and advice change daily.
We know watching the news all day doesn’t help! Can you set one or two times to check the latest updates and allow your mind to focus on other things?
Turning inward doesn’t need to be a time of isolation. You can connect with old friends, catch up on books and TV shows, learn a new game with your family, work in the garden, or pick up an old hobby. Online you’ll find things like virtual museum tours and free classes.
Don’t forget about the UU resources online! You can watch services, try spiritual practices, watch workshops and more. Start with www.uua.org and see where it leads you!
Virtual Worship and Connection
Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis on YouTube
Our Website uudavis.org
UUCD Members and Friends are invited to connect using Realm, our online system.
You can login at our website, http://uudavis.org/connection/ or go directly to https://onrealm.org/uudavisca
If you’re a Member or Friend and don’t yet have a login, please email email@example.com and we’ll send you an invitation.
Group, Committee and Team Leaders: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to host a group meeting using UUCD’s Zoom online video chat account.