appledumplingThe annual YRUU Apple Dumpling Sale-- in the Social Hall following Sunday services at the Apple Dumpling Table. You can buy a pack of two frozen dumplings for $5, or you can purchase a warm dumpling and a scoop of ice cream, also for $5.

Proceeds go to buying holiday gifts for families through Peace Neighborhood Center.

solsticesing2017Thursday, December 21st -- Bring your family, friends & neighbors  and Let's SING together!

Song leaders:  Jean Chorazyczewski, Lori & Eric Fithian,
Laz, San & Emily Slomovits, Linda Teaman, and Tom Voiles

Please mark your calendar to attend a workshop, Beyond Categorical Thinking offered by Keith Kron director of the Transitions Office at UUA. The workshop will take place on the morning of Saturday January 6th and will be followed by a light lunch. Please let the Search Team know you are attending by responding at this link: If you have questions email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SacredSongThe entire community is invited to the 22nd Annual Evening of Sacred Song on Saturday December 2, 2017 at 7pm in our sanctuary. Sacred Song is a secular multi-ethnic group of performers who give voice to social change, environmental justice, and to peace. Proceeds will be donated to Washtenaw Congregational Sanctuary (WCS), an interfaith coalition of congregations and unaffiliated individuals throughout Washtenaw County who have joined together to support immigrants and their families in our community. 

Tickets available online at Suggested donation $20/ticket; before Dec 1, $15; Children under 12, free.
All are welcome.  No one is turned away due to inability to pay!

FolkJamNov2017NOTE that the November Folk Song Sing Along has a different location since UUAA is closed that day. It will take place at at Green Wood Church
We'll be joined by the Green Wood gang - Katie Geddes and friends! Bring your voices and instruments and let's jam!

Our purpose as a steering committee is to contribute to the on-going education of congregants about climate change issues and to promote informed action to mitigate climate change and its impact. Climate injustices are one of our central concerns.
Our focus for the coming months is on gathering information related to what is happening on a national, regional, and local scale after President Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Paris Accord. Our concerns are on leadership, subsidies, and funding for research.

ChaliceHoliday33Christmas Eve Services will be held at 11:30am, 6:00pm, and 8:00pm. Watch for more information in the December Newsletter and upcoming Weekly Bulletins.

Take part in this workshop held in the Fahs Chapel from 10:00am - 2:30pm. Learn about the history of Unitarian Universalism, explore how to get involved, and share your spiritual quest with others. This class is great for those totally new to UU and for those who are ready to sign the membership book. Class size is limited. If you would like childcare for this event, register by Friday, November 24. If you do not require childcare, the registration deadline is Sunday, December 3. Register here  or pick up a registration form in the Newcomer Welcome Room or at the Involvement Table on Sundays. Questions? Email Hannah Hotchkiss at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

There is still time to make your pledge to the 2017 Pledge Drive!  Five to Thrive helps us live our Unitarian Universalist values, support our many UUAA programs, music ministries, social justice projects, support our staff by pledging 5% of our income. Click Here to learn more about how you can help.

The next UUAA Alpha House Host Week is approaching. Alpha House is a shelter for families experiencing temporary homelessness in Washtenaw County.