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.
JOIN OTHER DC METRO-AREA UUs FOR CAPITAL PRIDE: Saturday & Sunday, June 13-14, 2015
This year's UU theme for Capital Pride is: Standing on the Side of Love and Flashback: Share your Love Story. Parade fans (regardless of gender/sexual identity) are wanted for walking in the Pride Parade on Saturday evening. We will meet up at 3 p.m. (meet-up location still TBD) for a 4:30 p.m. kick-off of the 1.5 mile parade (Ending around 7:30 p.m.). The parade route runs from 22nd & P Streets, NW, through Dupont Circle and 17th Street to the revitalized 14th Street corridor at S Street. More specifics will be provided when line-up is disclosed.
Outgoing folks are also needed to help run the UU booth, with other local UU church members, at the Pride Festival on Sunday, where they will hand out information, answer questions about UU beliefs, and greet people visiting the booth.
· Booth Setup: Volunteers are needed to set up booth
· Booth Manning: Energetic people are needed for 1-hour increments between 12 and 7 p.m.
· Booth Breakdown: Volunteers are needed to take down the booth and clean up the booth area
2015 Generosity Campaign
In the Unitarian Universalist tradition, it is you, our members and friends, who own the building and everything in it. You are also the ones responsible for providing financial support for all the operations and ministries of this congregation. Your time, talent and treasure are what make our ‘spiritual home base’ on Lakehaven Court a vital provider of service to the community. Here, we learn to be our best selves, offer pastoral care for one another, and deepen our personal spiritual journeys.
How much can you give to preserve this temple of truth, AUUC, our Spiritual Home Beyond Belief?
Please download our 2015 Generosity Campaign Brochure and Pledge Form to show your support for AUUC!
Summer Children's Spiritual Development Classes
Register your children now for our summer Children's Spiritual Development classes running June 14 - September 6! Here are our exciting, fun, and skill-building offerings:
Playgroup (Preschool and Rising Kindergartners): A time of free-play where kids may make crafts, play games, read books, or play on the playground in nice weather.
Heart Talk (Grades 1 - 4 & Grade 5 - 8): A peacemaking curriculum based on Nonviolent Communication. Through engaging activities, children learn to communicate in empathy and discover how that relates to being a Unitarian Universalist.
Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life (UUth - Grades 9 - 12): High school students learn Marshall Rosenberg’s Nonviolent Communication, with fun activities designed to help teens apply the skills to their own lives and improve communication with their peers, their family, and their community.
Last Updated (Thursday, 21 May 2015 12:54)
UU Summer Camp at AUUC
Have you registered for Camp Spirit Quest 2015? Camp Spirit Quest is a day camp for kids to explore spiritual practices through art, storytelling, drama, dance, music, nature, and science.
Registration is limited and open to all Northern Virginia UU Churches, so sign up now!
Dates: August 3 - 7, 2015
Times: 9am - 3pm
Who: 5 - 10 year-olds as Campers
10 – 16 year-olds can assist as Counselors-in-Training
16 – 22 year-olds encouraged to apply to be paid counselor
Where: Accotink Unitarian Universalist Church's gorgeous campus
Fees: $150 per child, multi-child discount & scholarships available
*Discounts available for children of full-week volunteers*
Last Updated (Thursday, 30 April 2015 12:38)
Adult Spiritual Education 2015
Adult Spiritual Education Programs
Adult classes are intended to enhance and broaden your spiritual journey. Whether you want to better understand yourself or the world, we invite you to come, learn and share. Join us as we connect with our church and neighboring communities, and learn new ways to co-exist. Explore themes of ritual, identity, healing, and personal transformation.
ONGOING AND UPCOMING CLASSES:
Leadership Potential (a self-paced virtual class using UU webinars) REGISTER ANYTIME
Bridget: Goddess and Saint (Tuesday June 30, 1-3pm)
Paganism 108: Holiday Connections (Sunday, June 7, 1:00-3:00 pm)
Last Updated (Wednesday, 13 May 2015 09:26)
May 24, 2015
Rev. John Crestwell
The three major gods in Hinduism have something to teach about faith, hope, love, and death. If we embrace their guidance we will get the essence true purpose of what life really is all about.
We have Sunday service at 10:00 a.m.
We welcome all members, friends and visitors to our Sunday services. Students in preschool through 12th grade meet on Sunday mornings during the worship service. A nursery is provided for infants. See our Children's Program page for more information.
An inquirer's class is held once a month after service. No need to register, just turn up and bring your questions!
Click here to donate to AUUC.
May we prove ourselves worthy of your gift (given online).
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.
EScrips: If you use a loyalty card at Safeway, Giant, or other major stores, take a few minutes to tie your card to benefit AUUC. It is an easy, onetime step that can raise money for the church at no cost to YOU!
RE Assistants: Please sign up to donate your time and talents to help with AUUC religious education. Come and help with our youngest UUs! No experience needed, all skills and talents needed!
Accotink Unitarian Universalist Church, 10125 Lakehaven Court, Burke, Virginia 22015
(703) 503-4579 email@example.com
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