Fault Lines of Injustice
This special issue of UU World examines how we can create a more just, equitable, and antiracist society, reflecting fundamental values of the Unitarian Universalist faith tradition.
Nation of grief
My heart breaks for our broken country.
A magazine assembled at the start of a pandemic; changing our publication schedule.
Your congregation’s support for the UUA’s Annual Program Fund makes vital work possible. For the past 50 years, UU World has been a tangible thank-you for that support.
UUA leaders have given the magazine and its other communications teams a mandate to prioritize and serve historically marginalized people working to undo the legacy of white supremacy culture in the UUA and beyond.
We are the ones we’re waiting for
Like other young gay men of my generation, I had few role models in the 1980s. I’m wrestling with the reality that I am now an elder.
What we can be
‘At its best our Unitarian Universalist World will be a tangible reflection of what we are and will provide impetus toward what we can be.’
Our story hurt people
Acknowledging that we have fallen short, UU World is committed to sharing in appropriate and respectful ways the inspiring and powerful stories of trans and gender nonbinary people within our faith community.
‘We cannot offer the cheap grace of eventual societal perfection in times of systemic desolation,’ writes Nancy McDonald Ladd.
What are you up to?
The newly reimagined Breakthrough Congregations program honors innovations that energize congregations. Nominate your congregation’s most inspiring initiative.
New take on GA
Instead of one feature story about the annual General Assembly, you’ll find photos, sermons, quotes, and news stories from GA throughout the magazine.
Grab a cup, let’s talk
The editors are hosting two lunchtime conversations at the UUA General Assembly in Kansas City on June 21 and 23.