Adjusting to new ringtones
Being responsive to shifts and changes—in justice work and beyond—is hard and crucial for Unitarian Universalists.
How far can Unitarian Universalism’s First Principle go?
As national events chip away at my First-Principle practices, I have to wonder: What will be left?
A gesture of love
When some felt excluded by his lyrics, Jason Shelton chose to reimagine ‘Standing on the Side of Love.’
Othering and belonging
Unitarian Universalism is my theological home, but it doesn’t speak to my black identity.
Top ten online
Most frequently visited stories on uuworld.org, April 3, 2017–July 2, 2017.
A pacifist in wartime
As America joined World War I, the Rev. John Haynes Holmes addressed his congregation on how he would serve his country.
Blog roundup: Recommitting to discomfort
Many UUs participate in lively discussion of a wide variety of topics. Keep up with the conversation: Read UU World’s Editors’ Blog, where you’ll find links to each week’s best commentary.
Sin is personal, not just systemic
Does the sin of white supremacy live in us or in the systems beyond us?
Three commandments: stay, learn, go
A Gary Snyder poem helps me find my way in our messed-up world.
Moving beyond ‘whites only’ UU theology
Embracing theists is essential to the cultural and spiritual health of Unitarian Universalism.
‘Leaving no one out’
Unitarian Universalist minister who heads Colorado ACLU sees complentary values in civil liberties work and in UU communities.
Roger Nash Baldwin, Unitarian co-founder of ACLU
Unitarian co-founder of the ACLU helped to define and defend civil liberties.