The Abraham Lincoln Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Springfield, IL is a religious community of individuals coming together for spiritual growth and fellowship. Whether you're looking for a church to call home or just curious about Unitarian Universalism, we invite you to get to know our congregation and the people who make it so special.
Sunday morning services are held at 10:30am. Religious education classes and child care are provided for children of all ages.
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A Night at the Oscars: A Red Carpet Affair
Saturday, March 28th, 7 – 10:30 p.m. Advanced tickets — $25 ($35 at door).
A chance to dress keen and make a scene or dress down and be a clown. Either way, you don't want to miss this exceptionally fun Fantasy Auction!
"Let Freedom Ring" March
April 9, 2015, 2:15 pm at the Lincoln Visitors Center
The struggle for racial equality has been represented in the work of Abraham Lincoln and carried forward most notably by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., both assassinated in the month of April. The ALUUC, along with Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, are holding a "Let Freedom Ring" March on April 9 to commemorate their work and urge a continuation of the struggle for racial equality.
We invite all citizens to join in this commemoration in the hope that we can follow in the footsteps of Lincoln and King.
Read more about the event at www.aluuc.org/LFR
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Our New Fundraising Program at the ALUUC. Signing Up is easy and only takes a few moments.
Shop at your regular retailers and restaurants for no added cost, and help raise money for the ALUUC!
Children's Religious Education
We provide Sunday morning religious education classes for children from preschool through high school, as well as a staffed nursery for children aged two years and younger. Children go to their RE classes partway through the Sunday Service.
To register your child for religious education, click here to fill out our online registration form...
Video of a Sunday Service
We are a congregation which celebrates the lives, the relationships, and the contributions of its lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender members and friends. We affirm and promote their full participation in the leadership, ministry, responsibilities, and blessings of our congregation’s life and in the community.
Download the ALUUC Welcoming Congregation Brochure...