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Churches United

Churches United of the Quad City Area is a cooperative association of more than 130 churches representing more than 20 Christian faith traditions in the greater Quad Cities area.

CUUPS Gaia Spirit Circle of the Three Rivers is a chapter of the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Church located in the Quad Cities, USA.  We welcome anyone interested to join us in our journey to find our way back home through spiritual enlightenment.


Shamanism is based on the belief that all things have a spirit and that we are all connected. Through a form of meditation called journeying, we access spiritual information for our higher good.


Yoga class is designed for personal healing and relaxation. You will learn various breathing techniques that co-ordinate with yoga postures, stretches, and movements.

Zen Meditation

Open to all, this meditation gathering follows the Soto tradition of Zen Buddhism, in particular, the 13th century master, Dogen. At each gathering, the group has two periods of seated meditation, one period of walking meditation, and sometimes a discussion of a Buddhist reading.



Edwards Congregational

Edwards Congregational and the Unitarian Church have been friends for decades. We meet annually for an Interfaith Thanksgiving Service.

Temple Emanuel

The Unitarian Church has a long history of fellowship with the Temple. When Unitarians were temporarily out of a church building, the Temple gave us space to gather together for services. Annually, we gather together for an Interfaith Thanksgiving Service.

Parochia Unitariana

In 1993, the Unitarian Church-Davenport became a Partner Church to Parochia Unitaiana, a Unitarian church in the tiny town of Janosfalva, Rumania. The First Church of Des Moines, The Unitarian Universalist Society of Iowa City, and the Unitarian Church of Davenport all partner with Parochia Unitariana of Janosfalva.

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