Jesus reveals to us a passion for life, a reverence for matter, and “the holiness of wholeness.”  We at DCC walk this way of life as we focus our hearts and minds on our faith journey. We provide a full array of opportunities to explore spirituality through  the practice of meditation and classes in dreamwork, financial planning, Bible study, yoga, art, personal growth, spiritual direction, Reiki, and other ways to enhance personal well-being.

Many classes are free; some have a fee. Scholarships support our primary mission of welcoming all. You are invited to pay what you find to be affordable. You are also invited to "pay it forward" with a donation to the Scholarship Fund, as you are able. 

Experience new expressions of Christian life and practices that are emerging among us.

Lenten Book Study

Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time

Marcus Borg. author of "Meeting Jesus Again for First Time" uses the narrative of Jesus’ life, teachings, and even politics, to draw a different and more culturally-informed picture of who he was – taking the readers away from the traditional orthodox view of his divinity, and moving them instead toward understanding his life as a model for building a relationship with the Spirit of God. 

You are welcome to sign up in the Narthex or drop in to one of these three groups.

See the book group schedule here.

Class offerings

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  • Building Relationships with Nonviolent Communication

    Would you like to learn a tried and true, effective approach to loving, quality conversations? As an extension to our Racial Equity and Inclusion training, come learn to have loving conversations with others.


    Sunday, March 26

    11:45 am  (bring a bag lunch)

    12 - 1 p.m. (course of study)

    No need to sign up. Free!
    Facilitator: Maria Cartwright

    Please contact Maria Cartwright

  • online: Yoga Sutra Seated Meditation

    Breath practice seated meditation with small movements, for adults including seniors. We use yoga philosophy texts as a foundation for reflections, with simple, comfortable movements, seated, standing or lying down. No previous experience, or preparation is necessary. All you need is a quiet corner and a device (phone or computer) connected to the internet.

    If you would like to join us, e-mail Grazia Jaroff ( for the link invitation.
    Free of charge; donations go directly to DCC.

    Facilitator: Grazia Jaroff
    Meets Mondays at 9 a.m. 

  • two Creative writing groups

    Receive a writing prompt....Reflect....Write....Share as much as you like. 

    First Sunday, 4-5:30 p.m. in the DCC Library and via Zoom

    Drop in or contact Mary Sprifke for a Zoom information. 

    First Wednesday, 10-11:30 a.m. via Zoom

    Please email Martha Teeter,, to be added to a monthly email containing Zoom information.

  • Dimensions of dementia

    DCC is offering a series of educational sessions related to dementia. Eleven events – eight videos and three live presentations by experts from the Alzheimer’s Association will support whose lives are touched by dementing illnesses. 
    Free of charge and no registration is required. Read more.

  • Centering Prayer

    Centering Prayer is a practice of silent prayer and meditation based on the contemplative practices of early Christians. The groups enjoy two readings, taken from a variety of faith and wisdom traditions, followed by two periods of silent meditation. The sessions end with the John Philip Newell version of the Lord’s Prayer and a brief discussion.

    Two options for Centering Prayer at Davis Community Church:

    • Tuesdays at 9-10 a.m. in the Fireside Room
    • Wednesdays at 8-9 a.m. online via Zoom:

    Should you wish to join the Zoom group, just contact the church office for more information. 

    Free; donations go to DCC. 

    All are welcome! We all learn as we go!

  • Wednesday meditation & Prayer Gathering

    The "Zoom Prayer Room" opens at 11:50 a.m. which allows time to connect with others before the prayer time begins. At 12:05 p.m. we'll grow quiet and prepare for prayer and silent meditation. All are welcome!

    By phone: 1 669 900 6833
  • Seasonal Retreat: Soul Collage

    An afternoon of collage, reflection and sharing using the intuitive, image-driven process of Soul Collage. Suggested: $65, includes supplies.

    Saturday, June 24, 2023

    1:00 - 4:30 p.m.

    Fireside Room

    Facilitators: Deborah Luthi and Elizabeth Fulmer



    Expressive ArtsPlay Women's circle

    A small-group offering for women that weaves creativity with laughter and fun!

    Not an art class, this gathering provides evenings of sharing and exploring creative expression together. Art supplies included.

    Facilitators Brenda Mohr & Elizabeth Fulmer

    Thursday, April 20, 6:30-8:15 p.m.

    $20 includes materials, sliding scale available

    Register here

  • C Street ukulele band

         Tuesdays, 11 a.m.

         Music Room

    The C Street Ukulele Band welcomes uke players and singers of all ages, all levels, to share the joys of ukulele and song! 

    Please contact: Lynn DeLapp,  
    Karen Johns: or
        Barbara Greene:

  • Reiki with Regis, Judith, Elizabeth or Alice on Second Mondays

    Community Reiki ClinicS & INDIVIDUAL REIKI SESSIONS

    Reiki sessions are offered on the second Monday and on Fridays in the Fireside Room.

    A Reiki practitioner uses meditative, gentle touch -- or places their hands just above your body -- to help focus energy in a way that promotes balance and healing.

    Mondays: Clinic Sessions $30/30 minutes with practitioners Regis Ducatillon, Judith Watt,  Elizabeth Fulmer or Alice Van Alstine

    Fridays: Individual sessions $
    80/75 minutes with Elizabeth Fulmer, sliding scale.

    For all sessions, we require N95 or KN95 mask to be worn. We have extras as needed.

    Want to schedule a session? 


    Already have a session scheduled? 
    PAY ONLINE HERE - Monday Clinic



    The circle will meet the first Wednesday of each month

    7 – 8:30 pm   Free!

    Do you love the sound of Native American Flutes? If so, come enjoy fluting with the DCC Oak Leaf Flute Circle! All playing levels are welcome, from barely beginning to beyond advanced. Our focus is: supporting each other, expansion of creativity, encouragement of growth, sharing of ideas and techniques, community building, and celebrating life as we journey with the sounds of the Native American Flute. Come and express your inner voice all while learning the basic elements of music, improvisation, and Flute techniques. Facilitated by Meri Superak.