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Elizabeth Beth Banks

Minister

Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis

HQ Phone:  (530) 753-2581

Email: r***@***.org

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Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis

27074 Patwin Road

Davis, California,95616

United States

Company Description

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis (UUCD) is a vibrant community with over 300 congregants, led by the Rev. Elizabeth Banks. We live our values by affirming and promoting the Principles and Purposes adopted by the Unitarian Universalist Association (UU...more

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Lesbian and Pro-Lesbian Pastors, Chaplains, Minister

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C.E.N.T.E.R. Representative

Pacific Central District


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Staff at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis®

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Rev. Elizabeth O'Shaughnessy Banks Rev. Elizabeth O'Shaughnessy Banks is a life-long Unitarian Universalist originally from Duxbury, Massachusetts.Prior to her work as a minister in our denomination, she taught English as a Second Language to political refugees who had relocated to Spokane, Washington. Her work with English as a Second Language and cultural studies took her to South Korea for two and a half years, where she taught college level English conversation. She served for two years as an Interim Minister for Religious Education at the First Unitarian Church of Rochester.For nine years she was the Parish Minister at the First Universalist Church in Rochester New York, and served as a campus chaplain at the Eastman School of Music. Rev. Beth Banks has been the Parish Minister at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis since August, 2000.


Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis

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Rev. Beth Banks
A Letter from Reverend Beth Banks - Senior Minister, Rev. Elizabeth "Beth" Banks


Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis

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Rev. Beth Banks | Clergy & Staff | Clergy and Staff
Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis Rev. Beth Banks Senior Minister: Rev. Elizabeth "Beth" Banks (530) 753-2581 x 205, RevBanks[at]uudavis.org Full time. Day off: Friday. Rev. Banks is a life-long Unitarian Universalist, originally from Duxbury, Massachusetts. She taught English to political refugees who had relocated to Spokane, Washington. Her work with cultural studies took her to South Korea, where she taught college level English conversation. She served for two years as an Interim Minister for Religious Education at the First Unitarian Church of Rochester. For nine years she was the Parish Minister at the First Universalist Church in Rochester, New York, and served as a campus chaplain at the Eastman School of Music. Rev. Banks has been the Minister at UUCD since August, 2000.


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Jeannette, Beth Banks, minister of the Davis Unitarian Universalist Church, and I took Amtrak and BART into San Francisco yesterday, Friday the 13th of February.


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At lunch at the House of Nanking (best Chinese food I've eaten) on Kearny Street in San Francisco, I asked Beth Banks, the Unitarian Universalist minister in Davis, if, at any time in her life, she felt "free" to choose her religious beliefs.
Was there a time when she felt unshackled from the past, when she felt she could continue to affirm her past beliefs or move on to another set? "Yes," she replied, "and I didn't feel any external constraints, from government, or the culture, or my parents." Jeannette, Beth Banks, minister of the Davis Unitarian Universalist Church, and I took Amtrak and BART into San Francisco yesterday, Friday the 13th of February.


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