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The Sources of Unitarian Universalism

The Sources of Unitarian Universalism

Adopted by the Unitarian Universalist Association in 1984 and amended in 1995.

Unitarian Universalist Association | Summer 2008

E.J. Graff asks what marriage is for

E.J. Graff asks what marriage is for

The author of a history of marriage explains why she thinks the time has come for same-sex marriage.

Neil Miller | March/April 1999

With diversity comes strength

With diversity comes strength

Our congregations are only starting to embrace what we teach our children.

Barb Greve | Summer 2011

What is developmental ministry?

What is developmental ministry?

A new program matches congregations with ministers to solve specific institutional problems.

Elaine McArdle | Fall 2014

Our ultimate canvas

Our ultimate canvas

We are all interrelated participants in the big picture that is the universe. Process philosophers call that big picture 'God.'

Gary Kowalski | July/August 2003

Awards for service to church and state

Awards for service to church and state

UUA honors Debra Bowen, Mark Ritchie, Eric Isaacson, and the Rev. Alice Blair Wesley.

Christopher L. Walton, Sonja L. Cohen | Fall 2009

The UUA meets black power

'Kids as sacred as mine'

'Kids as sacred as mine'

Parenting and protesting in an unsaved world.

Denise Breeden-Ost | March/April 2004

Time to commit

Time to commit

The national debate about the nature of marriage provides an opportunity for Unitarian Universalists to develop a new theology of marriage.

William J. Doherty | January/February 2005

Unitarian Universalist family camps

Unitarian Universalist family camps

A guide to Unitarian Universalist family camps.

Christopher L. Walton | Spring 2014

Social witness resolutions

Social witness resolutions

Resolutions adopted by the 2009 UUA General Assembly.

Christopher L. Walton | Fall 2009

Storms facing West

Storms facing West

Twenty-five years after Bob West navigated the denomination through the painful and divisive 1970s, he is regarded by many as the ‘unsung hero of the UUA.’

Warren R. Ross | July/August 2002

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