Sunday Service 10 am
10125 Lakehaven Court, Burke, Virginia 22015
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Events

Upcoming Events

April

  • Used Book Sale – April 29  

  • Peoples Climate March – April 29  Learn more

  • May Day Celebration – April 30

May 

  • Teacher Appreciation Brunch – May 7

  • Poetry Club – May 10

  • Women’s Book Discussion Group – May 16

  • Friday Night Film:  “Slavery by Another Name” – May 19    Learn more

June

  • Annual Meeting – June 4

  • Friday Night Film – Gerry-Rigged! – June 9

  • UUA General Assembly June 20-25, New Orleans, LA

 

 

 

 

Community Vigil

On Saturday, April 15, Little River UCC will host a community vigil at 7:30pm.

This event is a response to the vandalism at our church and the Jewish Community Center (JCC). This vigil is open to people of all faiths and to people of no particular faith. Members of several faith traditions will help lead the service, including friends from the JCC. Pastor David hopes that this vigil will help our communities — Little River UCC, the JCC, and our various neighbors — begin to heal.

Little River United Church of Christ
8410 Little Rive Turnpike
Annandale, VA 22003

 AUUC will be holding a Used Book Sale on Saturday, April 29, 9am to 2pm. Huge selection of a wide variety of books, games, puzzles, CDs and DVDs – for both adults and children.Affordably priced at $0.50 to $1.00 (or as marked). There will be a $5 bag sale for the last hour of the sale (1 to 2pm): fill a paper grocery bag with as many books as you can for $5. Cash, checks (with ID), and credit cards (for purchases over $25) will be accepted. All proceeds from the sale will benefit community outreach programs, including environmental initiatives, interfaith activities, and community support such as hypothermia shelters and low-income housing. Come shop with us.  Puttin’ on the Ritz: A Cabaret Concert with Brad Rinaldo
2017 Pledge Campaign Kick-off   See the latest Monthly Newsletter
Explore volunteer opportunitiesAdult Enrichment—Ongoing Events & GroupsnUUnersWe are members and friends of AUUC who get together informally for conversation and enlightenment. There are no dues, no sign-ups and attendance is not recorded. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondays from 11:15 to 1:00 p.m. in the gallery of the church. Come for all or part of the time. No reservations are required.  Bring a bag lunch; dessert and drinks are provided.  We socialize over lunch, which includes the sharing of joys, concerns, and church news. From noon until 1:00 p.m. we talk about a topic that has been selected by one of the members. The leader for the day presents 10-20 minutes of information on the topic and then guides the ensuing discussion. Everyone helps to set up, clean up, and we take turns in providing dessert.Women’s Book Discussion GroupIf you are a woman who likes to read a wide range of books, join this friendly group for some lively conversation and fellowship.  These afternoon meetings, generally the third Tuesday of the month (except in December) at 1 p.m., are in members’ homes or at local libraries.  Watch the newsletter, order of service announcements, or website for the complete reading list and location.

Friday Night FilmsJoin us on the third Friday of most months for films that encourage us to examine theological and ethical issues in our world. Doors open at 7 p.m.; film begins at 7:30 p.m.; a discussion follows the film.  Bring your dinner if you like; most movies are appropriate for teens and adults. Check the newsletter for upcoming films. This is a nonreligious event open to the public.  More Information and upcoming filmsCaring Carders of AUUCCome join us as we socialize, drink hot tea or a cold beverage, and write cards to members and friends of our community in response to Joys and Concerns.  Everyone welcome!  The group has been meeting about every three weeks at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesdays at a member’s home in Springfield.ChoirJoin the AUUC Choir at weekly rehearsals most Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. at AUUC.  Singing at rehearsals, at Sunday Worship Services, and for special occasions is a unique way to contribute to our faith community. Come lend your voice and your spirit to create beauty and inspiration in our worship services.Garden Accotink’s garden serves as a transition from the mundane world into sacred space.  It’s an expression of the UU Seventh Principle: “Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.” Our garden is a wildlife habitat, as certified by the National Wildlife Federation and we are always in need of help to maintain this beautiful space.Poetry ClubAre you a poetry lover or are you interested in becoming a poetry lover?  AUUC has recently started a poetry club. Join us to read, enjoy, and learn what the poems are saying.  You might want to share your own poetry too. This group is open to anyone with an interest in reading and understanding poetry.  We meet once a month on the 2nd Wednesday in the evenings. For more information contact: administrator@accotinkuu.org