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Upcoming Services

Sunday, Mar 26 – 9:30am and 11:15am
A Walk In the Dark – A sense of hopelessness can be debilitating, whether it comes from seeing injustice in the world or facing our own struggles. Yet hope can be elusive. Intern John reflects on how to live in that liminal space between hope and hopelessness. With music by Scott Findley and Mark Lorenz.

Sunday, Apr 2 – 9:30am and 11:15am
How We Fail, And How We Recover – Rev. Anya does not subscribe to optimistic humanism – the idea that we are on a perfect trajectory, onward and upward forever. She presents instead a tragic humanism that recognizes both our tragic faults and our human capacity to recover. Tragic humanism is akin to Christianity’s story of Jesus’ resurrection.

Sunday, Apr 9 – 9:30am and 11:15am
Edible Spirituality – This Sunday Rev. Anya honors the tradition of Pesach or Passover, the Jewish meal that ritualizes the exodus by examining the spirituality of food. The ancient Hindus believed humans needed to feed their gods. Today perhaps we need to consider the spiritual meals that will sustain us in our endeavors. We will spend time with silence and song today, as both are food for our souls.

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Animals, Our Nature, and UUs: Bringing Our Principles to Life

March 24, 2017
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Rev. Dr. LoraKim Joyner–inspiring speaker, wildlife veterinarian, UU minister, and trainer in Nonviolent Communication–will lead an interactive workshop for adults and teens to help us live compassionately and joyfully in a multispecies world. By nurturing our emotional, social, multispecies, ecological, and spiritual intelligences, we can experience greater belonging, beauty, reverence, wholeness, joy, and vitality. This more »

Women’s Self-Defense Class

March 25, 2017
9:30 am - 11:30 am

The average person takes many measures to protect themselves and their families, including car and home insurance, smoke detectors and carbon monoxide sensors…but what about personal safety? This program allows participants to take responsibility for their own personal safety. Women only, age 16 and up (minors must be accompanied by an adult). Wear comfortable clothes. The fee is $30.00.

Easter Egg Hunt

April 16, 2017
Following 11:15 service

Immediately following the 11:15am worship service, children are invited to search for eggs filled with prizes!

Game Night – Spanning the Generations

May 5, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Local retirement community members will gather with all ages from UUCS to play games from Checkers to Apples to Apples to Charades. This is an outreach opportunity to our elders in Loudoun County as well as a chance for good community fun! Bring a potluck dish to share, considering the theme of Cinco-de-Mayo, the Mexican more »