Where everyone is welcome?
Where spiritual and intellectual growth is encouraged?
Where the interdependent web of life is respected?
Where children and adults are taught to celebrate all the world's religions?
If so, you have found the right place.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 03 December 2013 13:23)
Social Justice Theme of the Year
Criminal Justice: Sentencing Reform
Check out all the events associated with our 2013-2014 Social Justice Focus on the inequities in our criminal justice system, particularly those associated with racial discrimination, the War on Drugs, and sentencing.
Last Updated (Sunday, 01 December 2013 12:27)
Beacon House Gifts and Mitten Tree
Christmas Gifts and Mittens for Beacon House
Once again we are collecting new holiday gifts for children and teens of the Beacon House Community. Our Beacon House “Tree of Stars” is displayed in the church Gallery. Please take a star of your choice with the age and gender of your gift recipient. You may also pick up a Wish List with LOTS of suggestions for gifts for all ages.
Cold weather has arrived, and The Mitten Tree will be up in the Gallery soon. AUUC will also be collecting mittens, hats, scarves and other warm accessories for Beacon House children and teens on our Mitten Tree.
Beacon House has made a difference in the lives of hundreds of children. Please join other D.C. area UU churches and Accotink families in our traditional support of this annual Christmas Gift program and our Mitten Tree project.
Last Updated (Thursday, 21 November 2013 12:32)
Children & Youth Registration 2013-14
Last Updated (Tuesday, 03 September 2013 07:31)
AUUC President in the Washington Post
Our very own AUUC President, Jeff Wilklow, had his "Letter to the Editor" printed in the Washington Post! In his own words: "It has been my privilege to get to know many families with same-sex parents who have provided a stable and loving foundation for their children and who have contributed significantly to the fabric of our community."
Last Updated (Wednesday, 03 July 2013 07:32)
December 8 – Bring Many Names
Ours is the religion where we gather openly knowing we don not hold common images of what God is and what God is not. Here, we find our lives enriched by the diversity of our personal theologies, and as we gather to express those ideas we also know our task is larger than conversation, definition or proposition. Come share your image of what God is or is not …
Estate Planning Workshop sponsored by The Endowment Committee
We have Sunday service at 10:00 a.m.
We welcome all members, friends and visitors to our Sunday services. Our Chalice Children (Toddlers and Preschoolers) and Faith Activities (Kindergarteners through 5th Graders) meet on Sunday mornings during the worship service. A nursery is provided for infants.
An inquirer's class is held once a month after service. No need to register, just turn up and bring your questions!
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Reverend Scott Sammler-Michael was born in Jacksonville, Florida; he grew up in Bel Air, Maryland. Reverend Scott earned his Masters of Divinity at Meadville Lombard Theological School, the Unitarian Universalist seminary affiliated with the University of Chicago.
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