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UU Church of Annapolis

Living Boldly

Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis

Living Bold and Compassionate Lives

Our Mission is to inspire all souls to lead bold and compassionate lives

UUCA Rocking Out in Worship

This was taken a recent worship service, which inspired spontaneous dancing!

Get Inspired

Our Services are at 9:00 am & 11:15 am. Children attend the first part of each service with their families; after the Wonderbox (Time for All Ages) they will go downstairs for either a program or childcare.

Visiting with children?

The community at the UU church of Annapolis  is multigenerational. Children & their families begin in the sanctuary together each Sunday. For more information about attending church, click below.

Middle Hour

In between our two services (9:00 & 11:15 am) we host Middle Hour (10:10 am – 11:10 am)  which includes the new programmatic frame of PUURL (Practicing a Unitarian Universalist Religious Life).  The booklet (available as PDF), which describes Middle and After Hour offerings, is now available. 

Church News

 In the Know  (weekly e-newsletter) provides news for the current week and the week ahead.

Highlights  (monthly newsletter) provides articles and feature news from the staff and important events.

The newest publication, PUURL, is out. It is available online and in printed form at the church.

Donate

for Watch this video, newly created by Rev. Crestwell entitled:

Giving as an Act of Resistance

The church is supported solely by your pledges and gifts.  Click here for one-stop shopping for all your financial, pledge and donation needs.

 It’s time for our Year-end Appeal. Please donate now!

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UUCA Calendar

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis is a congregation of approximately 400 adult, children and youth.  We are self-governing, which means the church is “owned” by the members who pledge their support.  We are part of the larger association of congregations known as the Unitarian Universalist Association. 

We are a non-creedal faith, which means we do not expect members to adhere to a creed.  Our Unitarian Universalist Principles guide us, and the Sources of our Faith continue to inspire us.  We hope you’ll visit us this Sunday or at any of the many programs offered during the week.  Welcome!