‘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.
Breakthrough Congregation: Teens lead the way
A Breakthrough Congregation’s teen-led religious education program revitalizes First Religious Society in Carlisle, Massachusetts.
Love what you love
We can be cheerleaders for people’s simple joys—even if we don’t share them.
UUA urges year-long focus on Election Day
UU the Vote organizers say the 2020 elections are ‘all-hands-on-deck’ for Unitarian Universalists, whose values are on the line.
In cohousing communities, UU seniors are finding new ways to ‘age in place’
Nearly 13 percent of cohousing residents identify as Unitarian Universalists, according to a 2012 survey.
Why do we take an offering?
When Unitarian Universalists pass the plate on Sunday to every hand present, it’s an act of saying who we are and what we believe in.
Living in limbo
As the U.S. government aggressively pursues undocumented immigrants, life goes on for months or even years as those in sanctuary appeal their cases.
SMILE Project helps teens realize their potential
An Illinois congregation’s internship program offers students valuable firsthand workplace experience.
UU values on display in three recent films
A documentary about LGBTQ immigrants, a documentary about progressive religion in Oklahoma, and an animated short film about refugees have Unitarian Universalist connections.
The lawyer fighting for Liberia
Award-winning environmental defender Alfred Brownell found renewed focus and faith in the battle to keep Liberia’s natural resources safe.
‘You are whole and welcome here’
A Virginia Breakthrough Congregation builds community through Pride.