The youth are at the gates
Meet Levi Draheim, the 10-year-old Unitarian Universalist at the center of a landmark climate case.
Q&A: Elaine McArdle
UU World senior editor is the co-author of The Neuroscientist Who Lost Her Mind.
We’re walking out for every student
As a teenager and a Unitarian Universalist, I have no choice but to speak up against the failure of our government to protect its youth from gun violence.
European Unitarian Universalists group helps expats and European fellowships find common ground.
The #MeToo moment
We can decide not to let our culture be defined by toxic masculinity.
Choosing a stubborn love
Why I returned to my mostly white UU congregation.
My tender places are a source of strength
Out of the blue, the 5-year-old turned to me and said matter-of-factly, ‘You’re fat.’
Turning towards each other
A post-fire redesign of this San José, California, church feels like ‘getting a hug from the building.’
Holiday traditions, tangled up like lights
The holiday season can be a tangled web of memory, tradition, longing, and joy.
Why many people don’t care about climate change
Perhaps the most important thing we can do to get people to focus on climate justice is to provide them with reliable employment, education, and health care.
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.
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.