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This Sunday (Oct 30, 2016)

Service: 9:15am & 11:15am
Lay-Led Service
Contemporary Issues Forum (CC&C): 10:20
Darryl McSwain, Assistant Chief of Police, Montgomery County

RRUUC thanks you for your generosity.

Democracy Awakening 2016

Stand With Us in Witness: Fridays, 6:30-7:30pm

Ordination of our former Ministerial Intern, Rev. Doug McCusker

River Road Delegation to Selma and Birmingham - March 2015

Youth Group Summer Service Learning Trips

Come hear our choir sing

News & Events

Election Day RRUUC Kids Camp. Sign up by October 26

Drop your preschooler 3 years old thru 4th grader off at RRUUC at 9am and pick them up at 3pm! (or for some time period therein). Register by Oct. 23.  RRUUC youth serve as counselors.

New! Inquirers: Want to know about...What being a member is About?, Sunday, November 5, 10:30-11:30am

Want to know about UU history, meeting the minister, religious education, membership, and social justice? Explore RRUUC and Unitarian Universalism on the first two Sundays of every month for one hour!. Drop in or signup - either works! Eight different topics throughout the year -- this Sunday, November 5 is membership!   Childcare available. Everyone welcome!

Body Image Workshop for Teens and Parents. Sign up by October 30

Part of Teens and Family Life Series. Learn how to foster a more healthy view of one's self and each other. Presented by Alyscia Cunningham, photographer and author.  

Find a Small Group; Sign up by October 30

Everyone is invited to be part of a small group - places to get acquainted, deepen  relationships with one another and with the congregation, and provide a forum for spiritual reflection, study or values clarification. See if there's a group that interests you!

Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War (Film) Sunday, November 13, 12:45-2:15pm

Ken Burns and Artemis Joukowsky film about Unitarian Minister Waitstill Sharp and his wife Martha, who answered the call from the Unitarian Association to go to Europe in 1938 to help hundreds of vulnerable people flee the Nazis. Rev. Ladd will highlight the story in the morning's service and as part of the Inward Springs theme, Resistance. Bring a lunch for this casual viewing of the movie.