Rev. Előd Szabó, Balazs Scholar; Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leader; Steve Burns, Worship Associate. The fiddler on the roof is a well-known symbol for the desire to find joy and happiness in uncertain times such as we are now experiencing. Likewise, a preacher on the housetop … read more.
Rev. Morgan McLean
This year is the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day. Our Easter holiday service will recognize the theme of hope that emerges from a time of hopelessness. We’ll consider climate crisis and include representation from some of our UUCD youth. We need each other … read more.
Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leader; Steve Burns, Worship Associate
Three Davis Junior High Schools are named for Unitarians: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Oliver Wendell Holmes. We’ll look at their lives and their times and see the resilience of their character and faith.
UUNIQUE, the high school youth group, Worship Leaders
A youth led service.
Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leader; Sarah Larkin, Worship Associate
How might our moral groundings help us live into our best selves in 2020?
December 21, 5pm; Rev. Morgan McLean & Grainne Grant. Join us to celebrate the turning of the earth and the return of the light. Sing, share, light candles as we look to a new year being reborn with the sun. All ages are welcome at … read more.
Rev. Beth Banks & Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leaders; Emily Burstein, Worship Associate.
UUCD thanksgiving festival, fashioned after Flower Communion: Bring something to create a bountiful cornucopia. Our altar has had bunches of fresh herbs, squash, melons, root vegetables, homemade bread, and so much more. … read more.
Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leader; Meghan Kelly, Worship Associate.
Many UUs draw inspiration from practices found in Buddhism. We’ll explore the teachings and practices of this major religion and how we might use pieces of this tradition in our daily lives.
We honor those in our congregation who have died in the past year and dedicate their memories in our Memorial Grove. All are welcome.