WHO: Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church is a congregation of all ages, from different religious backgrounds, who gather together for spiritual and social
HOW: Through Sunday morning worship services, religious education classes for children and youth, sharing food and socializing, celebrations, online
social networks, and many other activities and programs. See our Visitor FAQ.
WHY: To celebrate our joys and sorrows together. To embrace and be embraced by a caring community who share principles. To see the many reasons why people enjoy our community, see our Testimonials and about our
members' beliefs. See our Vision, Mission, and Convenant of Right Relations.
WHEN: Sunday morning services start at 10:30 AM. Children usually join the adults for the first 15 mins. and then go to religious education classes with their teachers. Other activities are listed on our
Calendar. Feel free to join in any church activities that appear interesting to you.
Newcomers, learn more about our Worship Services here.
WHERE: Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church is located at 7400 Temple Hill Rd. in Camp Springs, southern Prince George's County, Maryland - just 10 mi. from southeast DC. See our
map and directions.
Members and friends ("friends" are people who attend regularly and/or have participated for a while, but have not officially signed the membership book) are from these towns and counties: In Maryland, Prince George's County: Accokeek, Brandywine, Camp Springs, Cheverly, Clinton, District Heights, Forestville, Fort Washington, Friendly, Ft. Washington, Greenbelt, Marlton, Mitchellville, Oxon Hill, Suitland, Temple Hills, Upper Marlboro; Charles County: Indian Head, Port Tobacco, Waldorf, LaPlata, White Plains, Chicamuxen; Calvert County: Chesapeake Beach, Dunkirk, Owings, Solomons, Sunderland; Montgomery County: Silver Spring; Baltimore; Frederick County: Emmitsburg; Anne Arundel County: Deale, Tracys Landing; In Virginia: Alexandria, Arlington, Falls Church; and Washington, D.C. There are also members and friends who have moved out of the area and even overseas (e.g. Germany, Brazil) who stay in touch and visit occasionally.
Davies is a member congregation of the Unitarian
Universalist Association; see their site: Welcome to Unitarian Universalism!