‘Called out into the great, open, windy world’
Jack Mendelsohn made social justice essential to Unitarian Universalist identity.
UUA membership declines for fourth year
Over the past decade, 22 percent of congregations have shrunk by 20 percent or more.
A spiritual oasis
Safe haven in a desert landscape.
UU marine ecologist wins 'genius grant'
MacArthur Foundation recognizes Nancy Rabalais for work in Gulf Coast dead zones.
Souls bold enough to experiment
An attitudinal shift transformed All Souls New London.
A turning word
We are what we do. And whatever we are, unless we notice and take corrective action, we just become more of it.
Bound to the 'last spot of land in Louisiana'
A visit to Plaquemines Parish, which Unitarian Universalists helped rebuild after Hurricane Katrina, as Hurricane Isaac approached.
A recipe for connection
An hour spent looking through old recipes is like a visit with old friends.
We know we'll be safe here
When my husband became my wife, our congregation welcomed us again.
Follow 'Justice General Assembly' with UU World
Keep up with the latest news from the UUA's Arizona GA.
'Justice for everyone'
Unitarian Universalists in Danbury, Connecticut, help immigrants directly every week.
Service is our prayer
Acts of service have spiritual and psychological dimensions, too.