Congregations organize to combat recession
Tightening their own belts, Unitarian Universalist churches help members in need.
Parenthood makes life serious and challenges you to push past limitations you have accepted too easily. But those issues don’t go away when you decide not to have children.
Expanding a landmark
A green addition to Frank Lloyd Wright's landmark Unitarian church in Madison.
The love truck
The Karma Fairy is laughing her head off at the SUV in my driveway.
Congregations remain hopeful in face of recession
Some congregations have pared back budgets. Most are worried about finding ways to support members in need.
The mini-golf church
Unitarian Universalists congregation in Colorado Springs bought an amusement park in 2007.
Watching the evidence change
A meditation on the inauguration of President Barack Obama, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The devil and Martha Stewart
Don’t give in to the voice that fuels the fires of perfectionism—especially here at the holidays.
The ghosts of Unitarian Christmas
It was Christmas Eve, a time when any sensible person stays safe in his house with a good book. But then Ben’s reading lamp burned out.
Congregations develop programs for seniors
What Unitarian Universalist congregations can do to make churches friendlier places for seniors.
More congregations create addiction ministries
125 Unitarian Universalist congregations now offer ministries to people struggling with addiction.
Congregations helping other congregations
Aiding another congregation gives 'sense of supporting a larger vision of Unitarian Universalism.'