My garden teaches me to have faith.
Unitarian Universalists in Nashua, New Hampshire, have put $250,000 in the plate over the past twelve years—and given it all away.
‘Depression is way too hard without also thinking you’re alone. I want youth and kids to know it’s okay, even good sometimes, to struggle.’
$3,000 from James Reeb Fund presented to First Unitarian Church of Baltimore.
I can’t fully express how scary it is when a man with a gun tells you ‘you’re fighting and trying to walk away from me’ as you stand still, attempting to comply.
How the Unitarian Universalist Association is promoting Beloved Community today.
A black Baltimore Unitarian Universalist marches for Freddie Gray, her city, and her faith.
Unitarian Universalists call attention to new detention centers holding hundreds of immigrant families.
Black lives matter, because you do not have to be ‘good enough’ to deserve basic human rights.
Board approves 2016 budget, ending funds for Regional Subcommittees on Candidacy; UUA will expand ‘In Care’ programs instead.
Joining vigils for Freddie Gray, packing lunches for school children, learning from black community’s distress.