The Edict of Torda, a landmark in religious freedom
The 450th anniversary of the Edict of Torda in 2018 marks a foundational moment for liberal religion.
Humanism at 100
Across a century of change, Humanism has continued to evolve.
A life of magic and ministry
John Nicholls Booth found acclaim and controversy in a career that took him from stage to pulpit.
At 150, Beatrix Potter continues to delight
The beloved children’s author was also a talented scientific illustrator and conservationist.
Skinner House celebrates forty years of UU publishing
Once an imprint of Beacon Press, Skinner House’s mission continues to evolve.
Lydia Maria Child: More than a Thanksgiving song
The Unitarian famous for writing ‘Over the River and Through the Wood’ was also an ardent anti-slavery activist.
A stitch through time
A Portland women’s group sewed its way to a religious home.
We are all bound up together
Frances E. W. Harper (1825–1911) challenged us to practice a religion of justice.
James Lord Pierpont and the mystery of 'Jingle Bells'
The debate over where the Unitarian wrote the holiday favorite rages on.
Wedgwood: Beyond the table
The 'father of English potters' was also a Unitarian and an anti-slavery advocate.
Go on a Unitarian Universalist pilgrimage
We may not have saints and shrines, but Unitarian Universalists do visit the scenes of our tradition's great stories.
Charles Follen’s Christmas tree
How a man whose passions were religious freedom and the abolition of slavery came to be known as the father of American Christmas trees.