The Unitarian Universalist Campus Ministry (UUCM) in Davis is a liberal, diverse, and inclusive group of students committed to sharing, exploring, and developing our unique spiritual paths and social justice concerns in community with fellow students. It is affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis and is run by its intern minister.
Participants in the group express a broad range of theological viewpoints, ranging from religious naturalism to liberal theism to humanism to agnosticism. Many members consider themselves Unitarian Universalists, while others simply find the group a great place to talk about their own developing spiritual orientation with other young adults. We are a community that has dedicated ourselves to affirming the inherent worth and dignity of all people, including those of all gender identities, sexual orientations, races, classes, physical abilities, political beliefs and religious beliefs. All are welcome!
The UUCM's main activity are weekly conversations over dinner. They are every Thursday during the school year, 6:00-8:00pm, just off campus at The Belfry, 216 A St (between 2nd and 3rd St). Delicious vegetarian meals are provided (often vegan too). Just bring yourself - and a friend!
During the dinners, the group eats together and discusses a topic chosen by the group for the remainder of the evening. Previous topics include:
- 7 Deadly Sins in Us and Society
- Introversion vs. Extroversion
- Optimism, Pessimism and Realism
- Overcoming Apathy
- Favorite Song Sharing
In addition to Thursday night dinner conversations, they also engage in outreach to the community through service projects, social justice work, and social events.
Questions? Or to be added to the Young Adult or Campus Ministry listserv, please contact the Church Office at [email protected] You can also call (530) 753-2581 x100
Contact the current campus minister at :[email protected]