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Towards a more inclusive stewardship

Towards a more inclusive stewardship

When we say everyone must pledge to be a member, some low-income people in the pews may be hearing that they aren’t welcome.

Maryah Converse | 11/20/2017

A young adult group grows in Brooklyn

A young adult group grows in Brooklyn

Our young adult community retains its own identity, even as we weave ever closer with the larger congregation.

Julie Bero, Catherine Trossello | 1/29/2018 | Winter 2017

Seeking asylum from credible fear

Seeking asylum from credible fear

Unitarian Universalist volunteers are helping traumatized women and children at a family immigrant detention center in Texas.

Elaine McArdle | 12/18/2017 | Winter 2017

Looking for the Christmas spirit

Looking for the Christmas spirit

Santa isn’t doing it for me this year, but the shepherds give me hope.

Lynn Ungar | 12/11/2017 | Winter 2017

Keeping an open heart

Keeping an open heart

As a Jewish UU, I delve into the layers of white supremacy culture without and within.

Dara Olandt | 11/27/2017 | Winter 2017

Rutland’s cozy coffeehouse

Rutland’s cozy coffeehouse

Dark wood and arched ceilings make for a dramatic performance space in a Vermont church.

Sonja L. Cohen | 11/1/2017 | Winter 2017

Unpacking whiteness

Unpacking whiteness

More than half of all Unitarian Universalist congregations took part this spring in a teach-in about white supremacy culture

Elaine McArdle | 10/9/2017 | Fall 2017

OWL program takes flight

OWL program takes flight

The sexuality education program moves beyond our congregations.

Heather Beasley Doyle | 10/9/2017 | Fall 2017

To those who are tired

To those who are tired

Injustice isn’t new, and it isn’t going away soon.

Pam Rumancik | 9/11/2017 | Fall 2017

Jazz tribute to Ruby Bridges

Jazz tribute to Ruby Bridges

UU composer Darrell Grant honors 6-year-old’s bravery with new suite.

Kenny Wiley | 9/1/2017 | Fall 2017

‘The Perils of Pauline’: Being kind to myself

‘The Perils of Pauline’: Being kind to myself

Allowing myself to see my injuries and pain as ‘not my fault’ is a spiritual challenge.

Meg Barnhouse | 8/21/2017

Coming of age in an American internment camp

Coming of age in an American internment camp

Rose Tanaka, a Denver UU, graduated high school at Manzanar, the infamous American internment camp for people of Japanese descent.

Kenny Wiley | 7/17/2017 | Summer 2017

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