What are Joys and Sorrows?
We do not light candles because we believe they have a supernatural power to them, but we do believe there is power in standing together in these moments.
‘We must continue to choose each other’
Highlights from the UUA General Assembly in Spokane, Washington, June 19–23.
Gratitude for beginners
Book to note: ‘Goodness Gracious: A Gratitude Book for Children.’
On religious grounds
A congregation fought—and won—a three-year battle to install solar panels on its historic building.
The First Principle at work in prisons
Two prison chaplains who minister together in Oregon’s only women’s prison discuss the need to end the prison-industrial complex and mass incarceration.
Mathematician Karen Uhlenbeck is first woman to win Abel Prize
Karen Uhlenbeck, a Unitarian Universalist, made history this year when she became the first woman to win the prestigious Abel Prize for mathematics.
The tides slowly wear away at the ragged and scraped edges where we tore ourselves out, and what is left behind is as smooth as breath.
‘I see you. You’re there. You’re not forgotten.’
The Church of the Larger Fellowship’s Worthy Now Prison Ministry serves nearly 1,000 people in prison.
I am 17
Thoughts on adolescence, growing up, and bridging into adulthood.
UU activist wins Rhodes Scholarship
‘I was just swept off my feet by the labor movement.’
In times of crisis
The UUA’s Disaster Relief Fund is spreading help faster and farther.
The spectrum of inclusion
Unitarian Universalist communities are learning to value the many forms of neurodiversity.