Our Mission: UUCR is an inclusive, ethical and spiritual community in which we strive to live our values and make the world a better place.
Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Church in Reston
For nearly 50 years, the Unitarian Universalist Church in Reston (UUCR) has been home to liberal religion in our area. We strive to be a spiritual community where hearts and minds are encouraged to grow, question, discover, and learn.
UUCR has a long history of diversity and inclusion, of affirmation and advocacy. These beliefs and actions are at the core of Unitarian Universalism and are at the core of our church. We are a Welcoming Congregation; our church embraces people of any age, sex, race, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, class, ability, language, or cultural background.
UUCR supports each person in his or her religious journey. We invite you to share your religious journey with us.
We invite you to visit. Sunday Services at the UUCR are at 10:00 a.m. To read a letter of welcome from our minister, click here. You will find information about this week's Sunday Service on the right. To learn more about our upcoming services, please click here. To read more about what to expect during your visit, please click here. For directions to UUCR, click here.
This Sunday in Worship
January 22: "An Open Letter to the New President"
Led by: Rev. Dr. Debra W. Haffner
Board Host: Bill Thomas
Click here for information on our upcoming services.
Values & Beliefs
We are a religious people who have woven strands of a rich past into a tapestry of the present. Our principles and traditions constitute the core of our faith. Learn more...
Our goal is to provide a safe community in which children and adults explore religious ideas and ethical values, fulfill a commitment to social justice and celebrate life. Learn more...
Diversity & Inclusion
UUCR is an inclusive religious community, welcoming all who enter our church. We invite lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people to be full members of our faith community. Learn more...