The 2016 BIG Sing
is Sunday, March 6th. Sing in the BIG Sing choir or come to listen to the joyful noise.
... To a faith with the power to transform lives and change the world. ... To a faith that can sustain and enrich the next chapter of your life.
Beginning A Spiritual Journey?
If you are new to Unitarian Universalism or new to this Ann Arbor Congregation, let us introduce ourselves.
Please join with us to make a difference in our families, our community and our World.
We build our sense of community by caring for each other and allowing you to share your unique gifts and interests with others.
Our choirs and music programs provide diverse and energizing music. Whether you're a pianist, a singer or country fiddler, there is a place for you here.
Our congregation relies on the generosity of members and friends to gather the financial support necessary for our active community.
We are helping lead the way among faith communities across the country who incorporate environmental stewardship into spiritual practices.
Values and Vision
"At UUAA we do not check our brains at the door but enter a place where we can address things we can't address elsewhere."
Engaging Our Youth
Our Young Religious Unitarian Universalists (YRUU) engage in discussions, community service, and social justice projects.
No Classes for YRUU/ CoA * Sunday, Feb 14th
Food Waste Challenge * All of February
Alpha House Hosting * Feb 8th - 14th
Our first hosting week of 2016 for the Alpha House shelter for homeless families will be Monday thru Sunday, February 8 - 14th. We need about 90 volunteers to provide meals, serve and clean up dinner, play with kids, stay overnight, and to be Day Hosts. Sign up during Social Hour or go to the sign-up web site -- Questions? Contact Angela Barber
Potluck & Film Night * February 12
Join Interweave and Challenging Racism members and friends for a potluck (6 pm) and film night (7 pm) in the Fahs Chapel. Come to one or both as your schedule allows. Bring a dish to share for the potluck. The film We Were Here is a tender, multifaceted, and deeply moving documentary that tells the story of the AIDS crisis through the voices of four gay men … and one woman, all of whom pitched in, for or years, to help the sick and the dying because, as the movie makes clear, the circumstances made it unthinkable for them to do otherwise. It is a compelling history of the major tragedy and epic struggle of our time. Questions? Contact Joan Burleigh
Register for The BIG Sing 2016 by Feb 27th
Connect & Act Summit * March 6th