An Ingathering Greeting from UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray
There is great healing and sustaining power in our faith, even if the ways we gather look different than before.
Our Commitment to Democracy Is Theological
From the UUA President: Unitarian Universalist values call us to audaciously imagine a world where no one is disposable and where everyone can thrive. They also call us to the struggle that brings these ideals to fruition.
The future: No going back to normal
Everywhere, this time of pandemic and uprisings is offering us lessons that we need to carry forward.
A special UUA president’s column
A message to white Unitarian Universalists.
How are you caring for your spirit?
It is essential that we find ways to breathe life into that which reminds us of our power, our humanity, our compassion, and our interdependence.
Let’s ‘UU the Vote’
We are less than twelve months away from the most critical elections in our lifetimes. We must not be on the sidelines.
The cup is what holds the light
It is easy to hold up a light and declare that everyone is welcome. It is harder to build a place where everyone is truly at home.
An essential spiritual and moral value
If our justice work does not emerge from the moral and spiritual value of love, in the end it will reinforce practices of domination and violence, just in new forms.
The power of we
Mission and covenant are an antidote to individualism. They remind us of the responsibilities that come with an affirmation of interdependence.
Love the hell out of this world
If we are not acting fearlessly for human dignity, compassion, justice, and peace, then we are failing to live our mission.
Communities of compassion and resistance
In the midst of critical justice work, it is essential to practice more deeply our faith.
Becoming the religious people we want to be
It is important to be honest about our complicated history, not to bring shame or guilt, but to bring understanding that can inform our faith today.