We have paused our in person Sunday services and classes as we all work to keep our community as healthy as possible during the COVID-19 virus spread. Beginning 3/22, Sunday services are online.

-- Check the home page for information on the current week's service.

-- Use this link to see the YouTube videos of past online services.



Forums are scheduled by the Forums Advancement Ministry. If you are part of a UUAA group that would like to schedule a forum that speaks to our UUAA values, you can download this form, fill it out and submit it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To add your name to an email list that sends you reminders about upcoming Sunday forums, send your name and email address to the Forums Advancement Ministry at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Unity Group Series - Curiosity, Conversation, Covenant: The Unity Group has scheduled programs, usually on the 4th Sunday of each month following the services (in the Fahs Chapel) addressing the theme "Talking Across the Divide". To see information about earlier programs and find links to reference materials, visit the Unity Group web page.



POSTPONED - Watch for a new date!. Sunday, March 22nd: 'Conflict Resolution: Part III'

Reese Havlatka, UM Office of Student Conflict Management, Co-sponsored by UUAA's Unity Group and Shared Ministries Team

This is Part III of a workshop on Conflict Management that includes interactive activities and a question/answer session. You do not need to have attended Part I or Part II to participate! We work together to learn new insights and skills for talking and working with others we may not agree with. With elections coming up, these skills are essential.


Sunday, April 26th: 'Separated'

Author William Lopez; Co-sponsored by the Unity Group and UUAA's Immigration Action Coalition and Challenging Racism Group

Author William Lopez will conduct a book discussion of his new book, “Separated: Family and Community in the Aftermath of an Immigration Raid.” The book tells the story of a raid in Ypsilanti that directly impacted the lives of three different families with young children and how their health and welfare was negatively affected by this event.