There is great healing and sustaining power in our faith, even if the ways we gather look different than before.
Congregations adapt to evolving COVID guidance
As the Delta variant complicates plans for a return to in-person worship, congregations continue to explore a variety of models for being in community.
Widening the Circle of Concern, Together, to Upend White Supremacy
Five central Illinois congregations collaborate, aided by a new UUA study/action guide.
UUA President’s Report, General Assembly 2021
Three core priorities will continue to guide our work.
As communities of faith, we have an important role to play in preventing and responding to pandemics and other significant disease outbreaks. From emergency operations planning to adapting worship on Sunday mornings, you can slow the spread of illness while continuing to meet the needs of your congregants and community during a challenging time.
General Assembly Special Collections Recipients Thrive and Grow
Financial contributions from GA participants make significant change possible: a look at the work of three recent recipients.
More than 4,200 UUs ‘Circle ’Round’ virtually for 2021 General Assembly
UUA’s second online-only General Assembly focuses on dismantling white supremacy and systemic racism.
Q&A: Saunder Choi, GA Music Coordinator
Filipino composer and music director at UU Community Church of Santa Monica, California, provides creative direction for UUA General Assembly 2021.
Excitement Builds for 2021 ‘Circle ’Round’ General Assembly
UUA’s second all-virtual General Assembly is focused on improving user experience and providing more opportunities for interaction.
In Tulsa, Faith Leaders Call for Massacre Reparations
One hundred years after the violent destruction of a prosperous Black neighborhood, a coalition of faith communities is building support for reparations.
Six experts in public health, racial injustice, economic inequality, extremism, and Unitarian Universalist theology talk about the deep fissures the past year has revealed—and how we can move forward.
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