Kwanzaa brings multifaith family together
As a Unitarian Universalist, Kwanzaa gives me—and my multifaith family—a chance to reflect on our commitments to our most deeply held principles.
Dancing with grief, hope, and resistance
The world needs people who resist, and people who don’t let anything keep them from dancing.
Roo, exactly as he is
When we invite children to tell the truth about themselves, when we meet them with compassion and acceptance, we become a sanctuary.
A rare happily-ever-after for queer characters
Jaime Jarrett’s musical Normativity shows that LGBTQ characters deserve happy endings, too.
At The Sanctuaries, they ask what you need
A diverse and multifaith arts, spirituality, and justice community for young adults thrives in Washington, D.C.
‘It’s the heart of what we do’
Nineteen years on, a church’s annual Christmas Day Dinner brings the community closer than ever.
Raising UU interfaith ambassadors
We must help Unitarian Universalist children and youth engage deeply with a variety of faith traditions.
Quincy church, presidents’ tomb
Two U.S. presidents and their wives are buried in a Unitarian Universalist church in Quincy, Massachusetts.
In François Clemmons’s unlikely neighborhood
Clemmons looks back on his music career and his groundbreaking role on ‘Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood.’
Making stuff up together
Mission Peak is a congregation willing to ‘try things, mess up, and keep on trying.’
I see my Unitarian Universalist and southern identities as strengths and gifts, not contradictions.
Can we be good neighbors in an election year?
Democracy requires disagreement and the skills to manage it. Let’s model the best of that practice.