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Welcome

Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, Va. You matter to us! All of you – no matter your race, age, faith, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or economic status – you will find a home here. Please join us. We’re saving you a seat!

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Welcome

Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, Va. You matter to us! All of you – no matter your race, age, faith, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or economic status – you will find a home here. Please join us. We’re saving you a seat!

During the time of the coronavirus, UUCA gathers for worship online only at 10:15 a.m. (E.T.) each Sunday. Throughout the week, we continue to offer children and adult programming online. Find inspiration and comfort in these trying times by joining our beloved community. For more information on how you can join us, email newcomer@uucava.org or sign up for our newsletter here

Join us Sunday!

May 9, 10:15 a.m. “Clapping Games, Recipes, and How to Play Four-Square” – Join Rev. Amanda as she explores our May theme of Story by looking at how stories–and songs, and sports–are passed down generation to generation Livestream here. 

New to UUCA?

Welcome to UUCA! We are so happy you are here and can't wait to meet you in person. Our doors may be closed, but our hearts are open and we welcome you. For information on how you can connect with our community, please email newcomer@uucava.org.

2021-22 Pledge

Coming Home - All of Us & Each of Us -- Your pledge of support sustains our church home and its mission. Thank you for making your 2021-22 pledge of support to UUCA. It's quick and easy to do here.

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Join DIG - DO IT GREEN for May Mulch Madness on Saturday, May 22, 10:00 a.m. to Noon! Yes, we made a dent in the mulch, but the weeds were winning. Ten of us worked and weeded on April 24, but there remains much to do. Join us on May 22 and help make the weeds and mulch pile disappear. Mulch not only looks good but helps maintain needed moisture in the soil and helps to prevent erosion. Among the flowers on May 2, were Deer Berry, Black Cherry, the native Honeysuckle, Pussytoes (pictured), and Wild Geranium. Only the Honeysuckle was showy. But those of us who focus on biodiversity and pollinators celebrate all of these and many other native plants on the UUCA campus. By May 22, the Beardtongue should be attracting bees in the pollinator garden. Come, join the excitement! To register, contact Shirley Gay, shirleywg@icloud.com. ... See MoreSee Less

Join the AFRICAN AMERICAN AUTHOR BOOK SHARING CIRCLE for a discussion of "Driving in Second" by UUCA Member Marietta Tanner on Friday, May 21, 7:00 p.m.!

In 1954 during the height of Jim Crow, UUCA member Marietta Jones Tanner and three young female friends decide to drive from New York City to Mexico to learn firsthand about the effectiveness of the Supreme Court ruling Brown v Board of Education. Marietta wrote Driving in Second to share her remembrances of this adventurous trip and the times including racism and even hostility. Also, this is a personal story of love lost, family, and the results of difficult decisions. Driving in Second is available on Amazon (Kindle and paperback).

For passcode or more information, please contact Pat Findikoglu, pfindikoglu@gmail.com or Linda Lutes Corsoro, lindahlutes@gmail.com. The Zoom room opens at 6:45 p.m. and we will start at 7 p.m.

Zoom link: ow.ly/rmcv50EHHo3
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