QandABringing Resolutions to a Vote by the Congregation- Please join members of the Board of Trustees and the Governance Advisory Team at 1:00pm, Feb 2nd in the Jackson Chapel, for a question and answer session about a proposed procedure for bringing resolutions to the UUAA Congregation for a vote. Two recent examples of the joining together to speak out as one voice via resolution are our 2014 affirmation of marriage equality and our 2017 decision to become a Sanctuary Congregation. We currently have no official policies in place to guide congregants through this process.

You can download or view the draft Guidance document by following this link. Questions or comments are most welcome at the Q&A session, or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., as we work toward Board adoption of procedures.

BorderForWebAll are invited to a forum at 1:00 pm, Sunday, Feb 23rd, in the Fahs Chapel to hear from the two UUAA delegations that have gone with Rev. Manish to the U.S.-Mexico border, meeting grassroots justice partners, seeing impacted communities, and meeting with local UUs. Both of our delegations to the border will share some of their experiences and insights and answer your questions about their experiences. This is a follow-up to the December 15th Sunday Service about these experiences. Co-sponsored by UUAA's Unity Group and the Immigration Action Coalition

Transgender Pride flag3-Session Workshop

February 15, February 29, & March 28, 10:00am–1:30pm

Welcome Ministries and Interweave invite you to a three-session workshop designed by the Transforming Hearts Collective. This workshop features online presentations followed by discussion, focusing on gender roles and the experiences of transgender people. Please plan to attend all three of the sessions as they build off of each other. We are capping the registration at 22 so sign up early! If you are interested in digging deeper and expanding welcoming practices in UU congregations, register here or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

champagneclipartAuction 2020! People have been all abuzz around UUAA asking -- “Is there an auction this year?”  Mais Oui!  The theme this year is "An Afternoon in Paris".  L’Auction will be March 21 right here from 4-7 pm.  So grab your baguette and put on your beret for what promises to be a "belle soiree"!

The 2019-2020 Congregational Year - Rev Manish Mishra-Marzetti and the staff team provide this 'sneak peek' at things to come in the 2019-2020 congregational year ahead. Among the wonderful opportunities we have to look forward to are:

  • Building an All Souls Altar honoring our beloveds who have died (11/3/2019)
  • Our second UUAA Delegation to the US-Mexico border (11/10/2019 -- 11/14/2019)
  • Special guest musician Melanie DeMore joins us for our BIG sing weekend (3/14 & 3/15, 2020)
  • Honoring the Humanist Manifesto's 87th anniversary (May 2020)
  • Honoring our congregation's 155th anniversary (May 2020)
  • And so, so much more...!

Stay tuned for more information and event details in the months ahead!


chaliceflameThis winter congregants and staff at UUAA have been in conversation about what matters to us in our Sunday services. Three documents are available that show some of this ongoing conversation.

- On Sunday, January 19, 2019, a "snapshot survey" gathered comments and suggestions about Sunday services from 362 participants (we currently have 632 adult members). Participants were very positive in their remarks, especially about music and staff. You can follow this link to see the summarized results, including a link to the full (anonymized) collected results.

solarpanelsThe Climate Action and Green Building committees invite you to become a part of the landscape of renewable energy at UUAA by making a donation to add to the number of solar panels on the church roof (and having a tile with your inscription added to the Energy Plaza).

You can pick up a Sustainable UUAA brochure from the literature rack in the entryway or follow this link for more information and a downloadable donation form.