Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church of Portland, Maine is growing a community that transforms lives through the power of love. As a church we celebrate diversity, encourage spiritual growth and foster social responsibility as we walk with care on this Earth. We empower our members to share their gifts to build a world of compassion, equality and freedom.
A Unitarian Universalist church welcomes people from all races, ethnicities, sexual orientations and religious backgrounds. We have no creed to which members must agree. We rely on our ethical principles to guide us.
We protest General Assistance cuts by the Governor for those who are seeking asylum and a new life in the U. S. free from torture and killings. A dozen members joined the Minister, who spoke about interpreting the lesson of the Good Samaritan into this current situation. Read more here.
NEW: WHAT DOES ALLEN AVENUE AND UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISM MEAN TO US?
Environment! Because our
mission statement says "we walk with care on this earth,” we are making the
environment our church-wide social justice project for the next three years. We
have pledged to find ways to make our own homes, our church home and our earth
home more sustainable. FMI
The Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church is affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association and its Northern New England District.
President Peter Morales, UUA
Guidelines for Submission to website and weekly eBlast:
March 9, 2014
Rev. Myke Johnson
Services at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
We are a busy place at Allen Avenue. You will find a host of interesting and fun events to choose from by clicking on the What's Happening logo above!
We are a Welcoming Congregation
while Standing on the Side of Love