Clarke changed congregational life
James Freeman Clarke's Unitarian church was radically unlike other Unitarian churches in Boston.
Unitarian inspired popular nursery rhyme
In her childhood, Mary Elizabeth Sawyer Tyler had a little lamb.
Unitarians worked to 'save' Ute Indians
In the 1870s, the American Unitarian Association oversaw a Ute reservation in Colorado.
Fifty years after the vote to form the UUA
The Unitarian and Universalist consolidation process continues to this day.
John Murray's conversion to Universalism
How an 18th-century Calvinist embraced Universalism and became the first minister of a Universalist church in America.
Peace Network rallied UUs against nukes
We didn't have to declare ourselves a traditional peace church to be strong advocates for peace and nuclear disarmament.
Adlai Stevenson, the original egghead
The last Unitarian nominated for president of the United States.
Our congregationalist heritage
Unitarian Universalists have held fast to one aspect of their Puritan roots: congregational polity.
Adapting to children's needs for 200 years
How Unitarian and Universalist religious education evolved over two centuries.
'Twilight Zone' writer challenged prejudice
Rod Serling, a Unitarian, confronted prejudice with innovative television scripts.
Quillen Shinn, Universalist circuit rider
Our Universalist forebears ranged far and wide.
Thirty years of feminist transformation
The 1977 Women and Religion resolution transformed the Unitarian Universalist Association.