UUs in the media, Fall 2016
Selections from UU World's weekly guide to stories about Unitarian Universalists from other media sources.
Boca Raton UUs partner with vulnerable communities on responses to climate change
Eight more Florida congregations will follow model, use toolkit.
Shelter Rock gives $5 million to UU legacy campaign
May spur greatest legacy giving in UU history, leaders hope.
Frederick-Gray: ‘Sense of mission draws the best out of people’
The Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, candidate for UUA president, was instrumental in 2012 Justice General Assembly.
Miller: ‘Blood of UUs courses through my veins’
The Rev. Alison Miller, candidate for UUA president, emphasizes power we have to heal one another.
Eight UUs arrested in June 29 Boston pipeline protest
Seventeen-year-old UU youngest person arrested in climate justice action.
UUs at Dallas protest say it was peaceful until shooter began firing
Racial justice and support for police are not mutually exclusive, say UU activists.
Third candidate certified in race for UUA president
The Rev. Jeanne Pupke joins 2017 presidential race by petition.
In Orlando, Unitarian church quickly reaches out
Three miles from Pulse nightclub, UU congregation hosts grief counselors, blood drive, and gun reform groups.
Bridging is a ritual, a process, a commitment
Keys to a Unitarian Universalist rite of passage.
Bridging into adulthood at GA
Unitarian Universalists welcome young people into adulthood with the Bridging Ceremony.
Tom Andrews named UUSC president, CEO
Former head of Win Without War and United to End Genocide will lead UU human rights organization.