A world that is all about you
The problem with ‘corporate personhood’ is what it’s doing to human personhood.
Who owns your congregation?
A congregation's owner isn't its board, minister, or members; it is its mission.
Waiting for a great novel about UU ministry
Contemporary authors have yet to plumb the true depths of Unitarian Universalist ministers' lives.
Unitarians worked to 'save' Ute Indians
In the 1870s, the American Unitarian Association oversaw a Ute reservation in Colorado.
Photographic tour of Wright's Unity Temple
New book celebrates Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece for an Illinois Unitarian Universalist congregation.
Religion and science can be partners
Both science and religion have something meaningful to contribute to a universal ethic.
Merry Christmas, Garrison Keillor!
One of the great things about Unitarian Universalism is that, just as we don’t all pray from the same prayer book, we don’t all sing from the same hymnal.
Who says Unitarian Universalism's Principles are easy?
The UU Principles are demanding enough to make me whine.
Forrest Church's Universalism
For Church, 'E pluribus unum' was a civic ideal and a religious insight.
Seeing Joseph Priestley whole
He’s more than just the discoverer of oxygen and soda water, and not just incidentally a Unitarian.
Fifty years after the vote to form the UUA
The Unitarian and Universalist consolidation process continues to this day.
Reach out to become a public church
Unitarian Universalism can't yet claim that the greater good is its primary purpose, but it should.