A Spiritual Home

Beyond Belief

The Courage to Make a New Way

Watch this service on our YouTube channel

with Rev. William Levwood

of being together in our world.

Explore how the many crises we face oday can be opportunities for making a new way

LIVE STREAM & IN-PERSON!Worship Service: Sunday, May 22 at 10 AM

12 to 4 PM

Saturday, June 25

Celebrate LGBTQ+ Community!

True Accotink Colors Pride Picnic

Accotink Talent Show

Coming soon!

Show off your talents!

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All Are Welcome
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A Spiritual Home
Beyond Belief

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SPIRITUAL HOME?

Accotink Unitarian Universalist Church (AUUC) is a spiritual home to people of all ages, races, political persuasions, interests, and beliefs about the divine.

Believing that living together in peace is a spiritual practice, we, the members of Accotink Unitarian Universalist Church, enter into a covenant with one another to build a joyful community that sustains us in our search for truth and meaning.

AUUC believes making a positive difference in our local and global communities is a core function of any Unitarian Universalist congregation, whether through service, education, advocacy, witness, or other means.  At Accotink, we believe that each time we stand up for an ideal, act to improve the lot of others, or strike out against injustice, we make the world a better place and send forth a tiny ripple of hope……we do this through our Social Justice ministries. More info on our Faith in Action page.

Join us! To get started, check out some of our upcoming events. Sunday worship services are at 10 AM.

What’s a Unitarian Universalist? Are you UU? Find out here!

 AUUC IS A…

UU 8th Principle

At the annual meeting on June 6, 2021, AUUC voted to adopt the 8th principle, as worded here:
“We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote:
Journeying toward spiritual wholeness by building a diverse, multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our institutions.

Adding this to The Seven Principles we already promote is a critical first step in advocating for Racial Justice within the UU community and around the world.