Below is a comprehensive listing of the many events and meetings at UUCSS.

Inescapable Network of Mutuality – Rev. Lyn Cox and Lay Leaders

On this weekend when we lift up the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we remember the Poor People’s Campaign that he was working on at the time of his death. Like the 1968 effort, the current Poor People’s Campaign calls for a “revolution of values,” organizing faith communities and the people…

Jazz@UUCSS January 19, 2020

Join us on Martin Luther King weekend for a powerful program featuring jazz interpretations of music associated with three liberation movements: the U.S. civil rights struggle, South Africa’s anti-apartheid movement, and the ongoing struggle of the Palestinian people for freedom and human rights.

Program Council

Please contact council@uucss.org for details, as meeting schedule and location are subject to change. The Program Council through its volunteer committees provides structure for church members to operate all the programs of the Church in conjunction with our professional leaders. The Council is led by the Board Vice President for Program and includes the Chairs of all…

UUCSS Choir Practice

The choir is open to all generations, and any middle and high school students who want to supplement their school singing experience with additional singing in the church choir are especially welcome. Rehearsals are Thursday nights 7:30pm- 9:30pm in the UUCSS sanctuary. For more information contact our Music Director, Michael Holmes, at musicdirector@uucss.org.

Superhero Values – Rev. Lyn Cox

Each of us has to decide how to respond to the past. Individually and as a group, we are faced with questions of power and responsibility. Teaming up with other people is a source of strength, in spite of and perhaps because of our differences. These characteristics of superheroes call attention to our future as a spiritual community.

book club and conversation

Women’s Book Group: January 2020

Meetings are held at a member’s home on the fourth Monday of each month except August and December. This is the book group’s 15th year and new folks are welcome to join us!  All interested readers are welcome with no long-term obligation. We meet informally, discuss the book, take a break for delicious drink and…

Workshop on UU Ethics for Adults

Sundays, February 2-April 5, 12:00-2:00pm “What we choose: Ethics for Unitarian Universalists” is a ten-session workshop designed by the Rev. Manish Mishra-Marzetti and the Rev. Amber Beland. This participatory, reflection-based workshop will be facilitated by member Evelyn DeNardo on Sundays after the service, February 2-April 5. The UUA’s course description is as follows: “Development, clarification,…

So Others Might Eat Donations

UUCSS supports So Others Might Eat (SOME) monthly by donations of food and other items. SOME is an interfaith, community-based organization that exists to help the poor and homeless of our nation’s capital. SOME meets the immediate daily needs of the people they serve with food, clothing, and health care. Donations of non-perishable foods and…

Green Sanctuary Meeting

If addressing climate change and promoting sustainable ways of living are issues important to you or if you want to learn more, come join the UUCSS Green Sanctuary Committee!  We welcome you! We meet at the church sanctuary on the first Monday of the month from 7:00 – 8:00 PM during the months of September…

Property Committee

Please contact property@uucss.org for details, as meeting schedule and location are subject to change. Monitors the requirements for maintenance, renovation and improvement of buildings and grounds. Working closely with the sexton, supervises and organizes the maintenance of church property. Manages the attractiveness of the church facility, gardens, and grounds. Helps the church to be energy-efficient and…