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Religion and Environmental Justice

We will reflect on environmental justice and climate action. This is a profound social justice issue here as well as across the entire world. How should people of faith address environmental concerns?


Spirituality We gather in worship to find meaning and live more deeply. Worship creates connections within, among, and beyond us, calling us to our better selves, calling us to live with wisdom and compassion. Learn more


People come to church longing for, yearning for, hoping for … a sense of roots, place, belonging, sharing and caring. People come to church in search of meaningful connections. Please enjoy this Solidarity Sing from All Souls Unitarian in Washington, DC. Learn more


Involvement We envision a local community and world free from oppression and injustice, where all can realize their full human rights. Learn more
Do you believe in justice, equity, and compassion in all human relations? So do we!
Unitarian Universalists accept and encourage each other in our individual spiritual growth.
Are you searching for meaning in your life? So are we!
We believe that all persons have the right to a free and open search for truth and meaning.
Do you believe in the right of conscience and in the power of democratic processes? So do we!
Committed to the idea of a world community founded on peace, justice, and liberty? So are we!
Do you believe in the inherent worth and dignity of every human being? So do we!

Sunday Activities

Worship: 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM (unless otherwise noted in a specific service) Roundtable: 10:30 AM in the Library Childcare: 8:45 AM until 12:30 AM Mindful Sundays for kids: 8:45 AM Sunday school: 10:30 AM Fellowship: before and after Worship


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Upcoming Activities

Why I Love This Church!

I liked making pinwheels after we read a story about the Wind.

In the past the Social Action Project involved learning about the local animal shelter, baking and selling "pet cookies" and donating the proceeds to the shelter during our first-ever "Blessing of the Animals" Sunday. On animal Sunday, pets came to church in all shapes and sizes! This shows that we shouldn't care just about ourselves but also our four legged friends!

Ever since I was 7 years old we've been attending this church. I'm 15 now and have lots of friends here. Each class we tell what happened during our week.

When I need calm in my life, I come to church to play the piano. This church is my community.

I always feel welcome here and I believe the work I do in the church benefits the whole community.