Why we’re ready for radical change
If nothing else, the past few months have definitively put the lie to the idea that late capitalist societies are incapable of seismic transformations on a deadline.
Congregations reaffirm commitments to Black Lives Matter
In Louisville, Kentucky; Kenosha, Wisconsin; and Lexington, Massachusetts, Unitarian Universalist congregations targeted by police or by right-wing protesters remain steadfast.
In a difficult year, meeting pastoral needs is a challenge
Leaders of Unitarian Universalist congregations in the Pacific Western Region are heartened by the ongoing care members are providing.
We are community
No matter what issues I have with other Unitarian Universalists regarding our visions of God/Spirit, justice, race, and age—at the root of everything is community, love, and faith.
There is no going back
An unbridgeable gap is growing between Unitarian Universalism and the conservative movement.
Eight UU families lose homes to fires in Ashland, Oregon
UUA Disaster Relief Fund is already providing aid.
UU the Vote: All hands on deck
Build relationships with communities to make a difference now and in the future.
Former UUA President O. Eugene Pickett dies
President of the Unitarian Universalist Association from 1979 to 1985, Pickett oversaw a period of growth and financial stability.
Portland church joins lawsuit over federal agents at Black Lives Matter protests
Deployment of federal officers violates the Tenth Amendment, chills the legal right to protest, alleges lawsuit.
Music programs find challenges and creativity in move to online worship
Congregational music programs had to adjust quickly when the coronavirus pandemic forced worship services online. Now many are facing the reality that they might not meet in person again until next spring.
Almost 5,000 attend Virtual General Assembly
UUA’s first online-only General Assembly calls for solidarity with Indigenous communities, supports defunding police, and formalizes human rights investment screen.
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