‘Always in beta’
The Church of the Larger Fellowship celebrates seventy-five years of innovative ministry.
Moving mountains one stone at a time
As Unitarian Universalists, our journey is to transform the big and the small, to transform ourselves, and to transform the world.
An essential spiritual and moral value
If our justice work does not emerge from the moral and spiritual value of love, in the end it will reinforce practices of domination and violence, just in new forms.
The black oak is a bodhisattva
Simply by existing, it serves many others. For human beings, the work of the bodhisattva is a path of kindness, the choice to serve others as a way of life.
Corruption of democracy
Three recent books examine fascism as a contemporary phenomenon.
The First Principle at work in prisons
Two prison chaplains who minister together in Oregon’s only women’s prison discuss the need to end the prison-industrial complex and mass incarceration.
We’re right here
Members of TRUUsT, an organization of transgender and nonbinary UU religious professionals, share their stories.
Mathematician Karen Uhlenbeck is first woman to win Abel Prize
Karen Uhlenbeck, a Unitarian Universalist, made history this year when she became the first woman to win the prestigious Abel Prize for mathematics.
Commission invites UUs to build a ‘truly hospitable’ faith
‘If we were able to fashion a UUA that could work for the person who had been the most marginalized among us, it would work better for everyone.’
Creating a greener General Assembly
For seventeen years, UUA GA Director Jan Sneegas has led a green meeting revolution.
Exemplar: Gwendolyn Howard
Unitarian Universalism has not always made space for the work of trans ministers, but the work of trans ministers has been precious and irreplaceable just the same.
The invisible woman
‘You said it was for the best if my soul remained hidden. . . . I believed you for a time.’