chalice and flowersWe are many. We are one.

Sunday is our time to gather together as one congregation for uplifting, stimulating worship services. Sunday services provide an opportunity for congregants representing a wide spectrum of beliefs, interests, and backgrounds to worship together and rejoice in our spiritual connectedness and shared values. [Listen to a recording of a service...]

Our hour long services typically include instrumental music and singing, a time for meditation and a sermon or presentation. Children usually join us for the beginning of the service before going to Spiritual Growth & Development classes.

At our Social Hour following our services many of the active UUAA social justice groups, recreation groups, and interest groups display information to inform the community of current causes, events, or classes. Sometimes there are Sunday Forums that allow additional presentations and dialog on a range of topics of interest to our congregation and to the wider Ann Arbor area community.

Opportunities for small group worship and quest are available at other times and settings. Some of those opportunities include Chalice Circles (small group ministries), and Spiritual Growth & Development classes for all ages.

 Labor Day thru Memorial Day --

Services at 9:30am and 11:30am  
9:30 am service: Classes for grades K-5th
11:30 am service: Classes for grades K-HS
Nursery and Preschool are available every Sunday of the year.

Social Hour in the Social Hall immediately the service
Newcomer Welcome in the Redman Room immediately following the service

 ONE Service at 10 AM during the Summer
All Sunday school programs at 10 AM during the Summer.

 wheelchairWheelchair accessible   


 hearingampSound amplification headphones and large-print hymnals and orders of service are available for pick-up at the rear of the sanctuary