... 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.
Our building will be closed from Wednesday, November 25 at 9:00pm to Sunday, November 29 at 8:30am for the Thanksgiving Holiday. We will have two services on the normal schedule at 9:30am and 11:30am on Sunday November 29, but regular Spiritual Growth and Development classes for children and youth will not meet that day. Activities and crafts will still be available for grades K-5 in the Fahs Chapel during both Services. Older students are encouraged to assist with activities.
Energized by the Sun
We are now up to 72 solar panels busily collecting sun on our rooftop. In this photo taken in November our Interim Administrator, Ed Lynn shows off the panels to Bob Chapman, Executive Director of Michigan Interfaith Power and Light. Read more about our UUAA Renewable Energy Projects...
Interfaith Service of Affirmation * Tuesday December 8
You're invited to an interfaith service of love and support with TBLGQI folks and allies from our community.
Tuesday, December 8th 7:30 pm
St. Clair's Episcopal Church & Temple Beth Emeth
2309 Packard at Eastover/Jewett, Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Social gathering following the service. A collection will be taken to support the justice work of ACLU Michigan, LGBT Legal Project. Featured speaker Rev. Roland Stringfellow, Senior Pastor, Metropolitan Community Church of Detroit. Click here for a printable flyer (PDF).
Winter Solstice Sing Along! * Saturday December 19
Saturday December 19th @ 7pm, UUAA Sanctuary. Join us again for a great night of community singing for the 4th Annual Winter Solstice Sing Along! Bring your family, grab some friends and neighbors and join us in the twinkling, candle-lit UUAA sanctuary to sing songs of Peace, Hope, and Joy that are sure to lift your spirits! Join song leaders Jean Chorazyczewski, Lori Fithian, Eric Fithian, Laz Slomovits, Linda Teaman, Tom Voiles and friends.
A recommended reading: Gateway to Freedom: The Hidden History of the Underground Railroad by Eric Foner. "With lucid prose and careful analysis, Eric Foner tells a story that is at once unsparing and inspiring. For anyone who still wonders what was at stake in the Civil War, there is no better place to begin than Gateway to Freedom," James Oakes, author of Freedom National.