Lydia Maria Child: More than a Thanksgiving song
The Unitarian famous for writing ‘Over the River and Through the Wood’ was also an ardent anti-slavery activist.
A stitch through time
A Portland women’s group sewed its way to a religious home.
We are all bound up together
Frances E. W. Harper (1825–1911) challenged us to practice a religion of justice.
James Lord Pierpont and the mystery of 'Jingle Bells'
The debate over where the Unitarian wrote the holiday favorite rages on.
Wedgwood: Beyond the table
The 'father of English potters' was also a Unitarian and an anti-slavery advocate.
Go on a Unitarian Universalist pilgrimage
We may not have saints and shrines, but Unitarian Universalists do visit the scenes of our tradition's great stories.
Charles Follen's Christmas tree
How a man whose passions were religious freedom and the abolition of slavery came to be known as the father of American Christmas trees.
Time capsule unearthed from 25 Beacon St. cornerstone
Engraved copper box will be unsealed at farewell celebration in February.
Olympia Brown: pioneering minister, women's suffragist
Ordained in 1863, Brown was the first woman ordained with full denominational authority in America.
A quiet revolutionary
Laura Matilda Towne devoted her life to a school for former slaves.
UU-UNO marks fifty years at the United Nations
Unitarian Universalist voice for human rights at the UN since 1962.
Who really said that?
Francis Dávid didn't say, 'We need not think alike to love alike.' Does it matter?