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Actors Needed for a Staged-Reading of the Play, SWEAT. Auditions at UUCSS May 21

The Social Justice Players, sponsored by The Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Program, and in coordination with the Chalice Theatre at the UU Church of Arlington (UUCA) and the UU Church of Silver Spring (UUCSS), will be presenting the Pulitzer-Prize-winning play, SWEAT, by Lynn Nottage, to be directed by Bruce McConachie. There will be six staged-readings…

UUCSS 101 for UUCSS Visitors

If you are a visitor who would like to learn more about Unitarian Universalism and UUCSS in particular or about the process for becoming a member, please join us April 14 at our monthly UUCSS 101 for an informal gathering with folks from the Membership Committee. We meet following the service in the Triangle Room, which is adjacent to the Community Hall…

Pathways to Membership Class

Are you interested in becoming a member of UUCSS?  Our next Pathways to Membership class will be from 9:00 – 12:00 pm on the morning of April 6 in the Dolan Lounge at the church.  Reverend Cox will be joining us. The Pathways class provides an opportunity to learn more about the history and principles of the UU faith and about UUCSS in particular. You…

GATHER IN GRATITUDE

Please join us for the annual UUCSS Fellowship Dinner on Saturday April 27 at 6pm.
Enjoy good company, good food (pot luck style), good music, and dancing!
Please click on “Gather In Gratitude” above for the registration link.

Stewardship Cottage Meetings

This year’s Annual Budget Drive is officially launched! All Members and Friends of UUCSS are invited to sign up for an ABD cottage meeting! Sign-ups are now open, and cottage meetings begin March 17. Light refreshments will be served at all cottage meetings, and some are noted to be children-friendly. We encourage all to join…

January 2019 Volunteer of the Month – Susannah Numa

Susannah Numa is the Volunteer of the Month for January.  Susannah was raised Unitarian Universalist.  When she came to UUCSS in the fall of 2010 and experienced a few services with Rev. Liz Maclay and Rev. Ellen Jennings, it felt right, open, and comfortable.  The music program was enticing, and she appreciated the diversity of services and worship styles.  Susannah began by volunteering for nursery and…