What you need to know about trans rights in a new era
Advancements and challenges to transgender rights herald a new era calling for a recommitment to deep engagement.
An unshakeable desire
Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout’s music ministry.
UU the Vote: All hands on deck
Build relationships with communities to make a difference now and in the future.
Chalice project connects community
In Brevard, North Carolina, Unitarian Universalists made 104 clay chalices in their homes—a hands-on way to stay connected.
How do Unitarian Universalists mourn?
We do not aim for erasing people’s pain—only for making it so that they do not face it by themselves.
UU youth and emerging adults cope with pandemic
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, young UUs are figuring out their paths through unprecedented uncertainties.
The UUs making medical debt disappear
A Tennessee congregation erases $4.2 million in debt for people in need.
How to survive the apocalypse
Under the weight of destruction, / we will need the strong shelter / of forgiveness and the deeper wells / that give the sweet water of welcome
In praise of praise
Yes, even now, / when so much is struggle: / Praise bodies that sweat and tremble
Expanding the sex-ed audience
Our Whole Lives offers new program for adults aged 50 and over.
‘Keep pushing on’
Teen climate activist Sophia Geiger fights for systemic change.
How does someone become a UU minister?
For Unitarian Universalists, ministry is not a supernatural state of any kind. It’s a choice, a process, and an ongoing relationship.