Blog roundup: Grabbing a door handle covered in bees and honey
Highlights from Unitarian Universalist blogs, September through December 2017.
Top ten online
Most frequently visited stories on uuworld.org, September 18, 2017–December 31, 2017.
Unitarian Universalist congregations are taking steps to be better prepared for emergencies.
Getting intersectional means showing up when there are no pink hats
Only speaking out when one has skin in the game isn’t activism; it’s just self-preservation.
Greta Gerwig, a ‘fly on the wall for my adolescence’
Three young ministers discuss Lady Bird, powerful storytelling, and hopes and possibilities for Unitarian Universalist ritual.
The Edict of Torda, a landmark in religious freedom
The 450th anniversary of the Edict of Torda in 2018 marks a foundational moment for liberal religion.
We need an intersectional approach to justice making
I thought I was traveling to Detroit to participate in a think tank, but it was so much deeper and more profound than that.
Grateful for the dark
We need to be a faith that is talented at companioning ourselves and others in the mysterious, the unknown, the small hours of the night.
Blog Roundup: Facing the ‘rabid grizzly’ of white supremacy together
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.
Journeys and values: Why the path matters
Unitarian Universalism’s First Source affirms for me that the core of my faith lies in the how of our religion, rather than the what.
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?