Two UUs released after arrest at anti-KKK protest
Two Unitarian Universalists arrested in fight with Ku Klux Klan members released without charges or bail after three days in Anaheim jail.
New candidate for UUA president to be named March 6
UUA moderator and secretary seek expedited process to keep race competitive.
Online help for worship leaders
The UUA’s WorshipWeb offers more than 1,700 resources (and counting) to help you plan and lead worship services.
Unitarian Universalists in the media, Spring 2016
Highlights from other news organizations’ coverage of Unitarian Universalists and their congregations.
Severe flooding in the South
Death and dying curriculum
Sue Phillips withdraws from UUA presidential race
Cites irreconcilable conflict between role as UUA regional lead and candidate for UUA president.
‘I need a big project,’ says departing strategy officer
The Rev. Dr. Terasa Cooley leaves UUA executive team after seeking nomination to run for UUA president.
Resources for older adults
With personnel, UUA ‘doing something right’
Board of Trustees hears that UUA compensates lowest-paid employees well above market rate, with no racial or gender disparity in comparable jobs.
A holiday UUs can call their own
Luminescence is a winter holiday created by and for Unitarian Universalists.
Two women nominated for UUA presidency
Race for 2017 election of next UUA president begins with nomination of Alison Miller and Sue Phillips.