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Changing hearts, not just opinions

From the president

Changing hearts, not just opinions

We must speak truth to power. But more importantly, we must persuade the frightened and uninformed.

Peter Morales | Fall 2014

Gratitude, paying attention, and multiculturalism

What in the World?

Gratitude, paying attention, and multiculturalism

Questions for spiritual reflection and adult group discussions.

Jane Greer | Fall 2009

Pink church on the bluff

Spiritual landmarks

Pink church on the bluff

Oregon City UUs enjoy rare stained glass in a distinctive building.

Allison Bennett | Spring 2013

'Utne' honor, farewell to 'uu&me!'

From the editor

'Utne' honor, farewell to 'uu&me!'

'Utne Reader' names 'UU World' a finalist for an Utne Independent Press Award.

Christopher L. Walton | Summer 2009

Rallying in the rain

UU news

Rallying in the rain

Unitarian Universalists rallied for LGBT rights in Charlotte.

Michelle Bates Deakin | Fall 2011

Goals of the UU Holdeen India Program

Feature

Goals of the UU Holdeen India Program

Seven principles for a partnership with the oppressed.

Staff Writer | July/August 2001

Woman brings gun to church

UU news

Woman brings gun to church

Brief congregational news items from the Fall 2010 issue.

Jane Greer | Fall 2010

Mailbox, Fall 2009

Letters

Mailbox, Fall 2009

Doubtful saints, uncontested elections, and putting down roots.

Jane Greer | Fall 2009

Letters, Winter 2013

Letters

Letters, Winter 2013

Readers respond to the Fall 2013 issue.

| Winter 2013

'Kids as sacred as mine'

Feature

'Kids as sacred as mine'

Parenting and protesting in an unsaved world.

Denise Breeden-Ost | March/April 2004

Increased accessibility

UU news

Increased accessibility

31-member congregation raised $60,000 to make building handicap accessible.

Staff Writer | Fall 2014

Taking on the system

Feature

Taking on the system

Ward Morehouse took on Union Carbide after a chemical spill killed 15,000 people in India in 1984. What he learned helped chart a new course for the movement that wants to make corporations accountable to the people.

Kimberly French | May/June 2003

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