Schedule: Services are held at 9:30am and 11:15am every Sunday except during the summer months. Children’s religious education is offered during the 9:30 service, and childcare is offered during both services. From the Sunday before Memorial Day through the Sunday after Labor Day
October 24th: UUCL awards first Ann Robinson Social Justice Award to Doris Kidder for her work establishing the annual Leesburg Martin Luther King March. Read coverage in Loudoun Now and the Loudoun Times Mirror.
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Loudoun (UUCL) is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association, which includes more than 1,000 congregations in the United States, Canada, and around the world. Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religion that believes in “deeds not creeds” and that “we don’t have to believe alike to love alike.”
We travel many different paths to find purpose and meaning in our lives. We unite in our belief in the worth and dignity of everyone. We believe it’s our obligation to express our faith through acts of compassion and justice. We’re people who actively invite intellectual and spiritual growth. Our kids ask questions and think. We practice a life-affirming faith and embrace people who are hurting or bereaved.
Whatever your creed, whatever your color or ethnic origins, whomever you love, we welcome you to walk together with us on life’s journey, supporting each other as we find our own spiritual paths, and join in the work of justice. Get to know us here online but please come to our church, where our beloved community will always welcome you.