8:30 and 11
139 offers some of the most beautiful images to convey a sense of
God's steadfast presence with us. How do we experience this presence
in our own lives?
topic of Pastor Kelly's sermon this Sunday is "The
Faithfulness of God's Presence."
care at both services
Welcome to The
United Methodist Church of Davis
A Reconciling Congregation
undertake a journey of faith with a community committed to
compassionate Christianity. There is a spirit of excitement at Davis
United Methodist Church for living the love of Jesus Christ. We
are a growing congregation that is making a difference in the
community and the world.
United Methodist Church at large is a Christian movement that seeks to
explore how a personal relationship with Jesus Christ enables us to
live fuller lives while challenging us to care for people on the edges
UMC has a strong history of social activism. Members of our church
have helped found and continue to support STEAC, Community Meals,
Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter, Yolo Hospice, Citizens Who Care,
Suicide Prevention, Habitat for Humanity in Yolo County, and Grace in
hope you will experience this as a place that is truly inclusive of
all people of all backgrounds. We have chosen to be a
Reconciling Congregation. We welcome people regardless of race,
gender, sexual orientation, physical ability, or economic condition.
Bless your journey of faith and please join us any time.
are an inclusive community committed to
and teaching the love of Jesus Christ.
is the mission of the Davis United Methodist Church.
Stuff of Life - Stories, Poems, and Prayers about Human Things" is
the Wednesday Bible Study's summer discussion book. Come try it out
with us in a super-flexible vacation-time format:
topic each week
homework - read and discuss at the same time
need to buy a book
in Walker Room
will be easy to enjoy the Wednesday
1:30 - 3:00 pm
group time on any weeks when you have availability, and no guilt or
grief when you are away. What could be better for summer?!
lease join this friendly group when you are able.
At The Feet of Rabbi Jesus: How the Jewishness of Jesus Can Transform
Rogers is leading an 8-week
class featuring the book "Sitting
At The Feet of Rabbi Jesus" by Ann Spangler
and Lois Tverberg.
The class, which begins
on July 1st, will take place on Tuesdays from 7:00 - 8:30 pm in the
At The Feet of Rabbi Jesus" provides
insight into the Jewish world in which Jesus lived. It
will change the way you read Scripture and deepen your understanding
of the life of Jesus. It will also help you to adapt the rich prayers
and customs you learn about to your own life, in ways that both
respect and enrich your Christian faith.
contact Tara Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org if
you are interested.