We are a young and growing congregation that formed in 2009 in Davidson, although our members and friends come from across the Lake Norman region. Many were searching for a spiritual alternative to mainstream churches — a nourishing community that embraces a diversity of beliefs. Regular attendees include current and former agnostics, atheists, Buddhists, Christians, humanists, Jews, pagans, and a healthy selection of “none of the above”.
Our 50+ members come from all walks of life. Come dressed casually for our Sunday services, which include music, contemplative time, sermons by our consulting minister, talks by invited speakers or member-led discussions, followed by an after-service social time. Children attend the start of the service, generally leaving after a story for Spiritual Exploration classes (grades K-5), though we regularly have multi-generational services where the kids stay for the whole time. Nursery care is available each week for ages 0-PreK. An adult discussion group on humanism meets before services at 9:45 a.m.
We’re an active congregation, with members and friends gathering regularly for food and play, social action projects, group discussions, and a book club. We’re large enough to support ministerial, music and Spiritual Exploration staff, but small enough to evolve as our members follow their spiritual paths.
- We meet at Coddle Creek Elementary school, just north of Davidson, at 11 a.m. each Sunday. Find us.
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