Worship 9:00 & 11:15 AM
Middle Hour - Child/Youth RE & Adult Classes 10:10 AM

333 Dubois Road, Annapolis, MD 21401 • 410-266-8044

Upcoming Services

December 3:  Rev. Fred Muir  9:00 AM ONLY [Congregational Meeting at 10:30 AM]

“The Case for Hope”   Am I naive to be hopeful?  In spite of 2016’s cultural and political turmoil and disappointments, I enter the December holidays with hope in my heart, with a spirit shaped by hope. Actually, my faith leaves me no choice. Please join me as I consider the case for hope. Music by the UUCA Choir.

 

December 10: Rev. John Crestwell “Use Your Power”

In these hopeless and hopeful times, how do you use your position, place and power to create more just outcomes? As you prepare for Christmas and the beginning of 2018, my answer may surprise and embolden your social action in the days ahead. Music by the UUCA Orchestra & Betsy Kraning.

 

December 17: Rev. Fred Muir “Where Is the Light?”  [Multigenerational Service – NO Childcare]

At this time, the darkest of the year, we beckon the light forward to fill the darkness and help us see more clearly. The theme of an emerging light in the darkness is present in several of the December holidays. Join us in this multi-generational service and help us name the light(s) that sustain life. Music by the UUCA Choir.

 

December 24: Rev. John Crestwell “I Hope”   9:00 AM ONLY [NO RE or Childcare]

What do you hope for or wish for in 2018? On this Christmas Eve Sunday, Rev. John explores Christmas, consumerism and your hopes for a happier new year. Music by Betsy Kraning.

 

December 31: Rev. Fred Muir “Blessed Be the Ties That Bind”  9:00 AM ONLY [Childcare/nursery only]

Stories are the ties that bind us together at UUCA.  In this, my last Sunday service as one of your ministers, I’ll share stories from my 34 years of ministry with you, stories that will bind us forever. Music by Sara Jones.

 

Christmas Eve: 5:00, 7:00, & 9:00 PM Rev. Fred Muir Candlelight Services

Unitarian Universalists have been major players in shaping the Christmas traditions that have been passed on through the generations. Or, another way to say it would be: Without UUs, Christmas wouldn’t be what we’ve come to know. On this Christmas Eve we won’t hold back as we sing, tell stories and share images and words from UUs of old and new.

5:00 PM is a family-friendly service with music by Betsy Kraning.
Music at 7:00 PM is by Josh & Nikki Long.
9:00 PM music is by the UUCA Choir & Betsy Kraning.