... 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.
We build our sense of community thru caring and by allowing each person to share their unique gifts and interests with others.
Together we can make a difference in our families, our community and our World.
We take pride in our diverse and energizing music programs. 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.
Islamic Center of Ypsilanti Support
Help us show our support for those affected by the fire that destroyed the Islamic Center of Ypsilanti. On Sunday 3/19 kids and adults made signs and cards of support during social hour. And on 3/19 generous congregants put $4000 in donations in the collection baskets to help with rebuilding.
You can still make a credit card donation using our secure credit card donation web page. (Be sure to check the box indicating that your payment is a donation for the Islamic Center.)
Search Committee Recommendations * March 1 - 31st
Benefit Concert for Flint Kids * Sunday, April 23rd, 4 PM
First Friday Fun Night * April 7th, 6:00pm
All are welcome to join the fun of a shared meal, games, crafts, and a showing of a movie. Questions? Contact Welcome Ministries Coordinator Hannah Hotchkiss
Lay Leader Information - How to get things done
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Standing with Standing Rock
Working with thousands of others who heard the call and as part of the close-knit team from the small but mighty UU Church in Bismarck/Mandan, UUAA member Terri Wilkerson spent 4 months in North Dakota living in Oceti Sakowin Camp to help amplify the voices of Native Americans to raise awareness about the environment and indigenous rights.