Men's Retreat

When: September 28 - September 30, 2018 (come back to this page later for 2019 information)
Where: Judson Collins Center, 1000 Hane Highway, Onstead MI 49265
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The 2018 Men's Retreat theme is "A Field Guide to being a UU Man in 2018". It is open to all adults who identify as male in the congregation. Join us for fellowship, meaningful conversation, and fun. Scholarships available. Registration in the Social Hall begins in August. More...

 

Womyn's Retreat

When: Save the date!  The Womyn's Retreat for 2019 has been scheduled for Sept 27-29, 2019. 
Where: Camp Copneconic in Fenton (45 minutes N or AA)

Enjoy workshops and classes, spending time with other UU ladies or just getting back to nature!

Have a skill and want to lead a workshop? Please fill out this survey and we will get back with you. https://goo.gl/forms/8n9mVHI2OTVkhFPi1 

Keep checking this web page as there is more information to come..

 

Klein Lecture

When: (None scheduled at this time)
Where: UUAA

Read about Robert and Ruth Klein and previous Klein Lectures

This not quite annual lecture is dedicated to the memory of Robert and Ruth Klein that their spirit-the spirit of peace, goodwill and justice-might flourish.
The Klein Lectureship is sponsored through memorial funds donated by friends of Robert and Ruth Klein and their children, Fred and Andrew. Donations to the Klein Memorial Lecture Fund are welcome and will enable us to continue to present these fine lectures. Read more...

 

Unity Group Programs

Background: The “Unity Group” is named in honor of a proud part of UUAA's history, the very successful “Unity Club” started in 19th century Ann Arbor by our then minister, Rev Jabez Sunderland. The Unity Club held public meetings with a variety of speakers on issues of the times. The program was said to bring people into a stronger sense of community and fostered positive interfaith dialog in Ann Arbor.

Mission: Started in 2019, the 'Unity Group' focuses on the UUAA community, offering intellectual and cultural programs representing a range of religious perspectives, in an effort to expand interfaith and intercultural understanding. The group presents programming that can reflect our UU principle of respecting the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Events might include intercultural music or dance, speakers and more. If you have suggestions for Unity Group programs, you can contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

May 19, 2019-  A talk and Q&A by Professor Victor B. Lieberman, Raoul Wallenberg Distinguished University Professor of History and Professor of Asian and Comparative History at the University of Michigan. His talk will provide an historical and contemporary overview of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict based on a course that he teaches at the University of Michigan, a course popular with students of quite diverse ethnic, religious, and political backgrounds. His talk will consider origins of the conflict, self-images and grievances held by the two sides, and barriers to resolution.

 

Family Camp

When: ON HOLD
Where:
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Family Camp Collage

Family Camp has not been held recently.

Send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are interested in serving as an organizer for a future UUAA family camp.