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Rev. Dr. Susan E. Davies

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Local Address:  Newark , New Jersey , United States
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  • B.A. , Political Science
    Bryn Mawr College
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Eleanor Humes Haney Fund : Board, 17 Feb 2015 [cached]
Susan E. Davies, United Church of Christ clergyperson and Bangor Theological Seminary Professor (
Who we Are and What we Believe - Holmdel Community United Church of Christ, 21 Feb 2015 [cached]
Minister of Music: Susan Davies
Ministers & Staff - Holmdel Community United Church of Christ, 15 May 2014 [cached]
Susan Muhler
Their daughter, Suzie, is attending Colts Neck High School. He has been privileged to serve as pastor of the Holmdel Community UCC since 1991. He and Martha enjoy traveling, biking and hiking, reading and gardening.
PC(USA) - 217th General Assembly (2006) - Justice for the earth and all its creatures, 15 June 2006 [cached]
Photo of Rev. Susan Davies
Davies, a professor and dean at Bangor Theological Seminary, presented principles for a new economic mindset to persons gathered Saturday morning for the Ecumenical Breakfast at the 217th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).She represented the Covenanting for Justice Network of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches (WARC) and is also a United Church of Christ minister.
Davies delivered a document "hot off the press" to serve as a guide for living out the principles established in a confession on justice in the economy and the earth drafted by WARC at a meeting in Accra, Ghana, in 2004.The Council for World Mission joined with WARC a month ago in Malaysia to draft "Living Out the Accra Confession: Implications for Our Spirituality and Mission."
Davies said the dominant economic system of the world says that people who cannot pull their own weight are disposable.And those who profit from it are merely getting their just rewards, she said to the crowd of more than 100 persons.
"Many faithful Christians believe the current system is the best," she said, citing that free-trade agreements have actually made more people even more desperate to cross the U.S. border.
Davis said the document she presented is available on the WARC Web site.It offers guidance on the way to create an economic system that means sacrifice on our parts, she said.The document outlines three guiding principles: sustainability, justice and well-being.
Untitled Document, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
Rev. Dr. Susan E. Davies is the Pre Annual Meeting Retreat leader for this year's annual meeting. The retreat will be held at the Grand Summit Hotel at Sunday River, Bethel, on September 23 beginning at 1:00 p.m. and ending with lunch on September 24th. To Register please use the Registration Form .
Susan is Professor of Pastoral Studies at Bangor Theological Seminary in Maine. She is ordained in the United Church of Christ and served congregations for thirteen years in California, Connecticut, and Maine before joining the Seminary faculty in 1983. She has served as Academic Dean, and is presently the Dean of Students and External Relations.
Her ecumenical work has centered in the Faith and Order Commission of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S., to which she has belonged since 1988. She is in her second four-year term as co-chair of the Commission. She continues to do accrediting work with the Association of Theological Schools. Sue has been involved with World Alliance of Reformed Churches since 1996, when she attended the Consultation on Gospel and Cultures in South Sulawesi, followed by the 23rd General Council in Debrecen, and will be a UCC delegate to the 24th General Council in Accra, Ghana.
Sue has degrees from Wellesley College, Andover Newton Theological School, New York Theological Seminary, and Union Theological Seminary. Her academic interests lie in feminist theologies, anti-racism work, justice healing, and international ecumenical relationships. Her publications include two co-edited books, Redefining Sexual Ethics and Ending Racism in the Church, along with a variety of papers and sermons.
She loves to help plants and people blossom, get her hands in the dirt, watch her dog run in the fields, and dance in the joy of God's presence.
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