What Unitarian Universalists want
Unitarian Universalists share a profound sense of what we cherish and what we want to become.
Learning to trust
To create deep and enduring relationships, our love must develop into mutual trust.
Bring General Assembly home with you
The true test of this year's GA is what our congregations in every state do five years from now.
It's not rocket science: Simply smiling and saying hello to visitors would transform our congregations.
Our challenge is to learn to reach beyond the confines of our personal social and cultural experience.
Central to our faith tradition is our willingness to leave behind what no longer serves us.
Service is our prayer
When we serve we become more compassionate, more sensitive, more understanding, and more aware.
The 'it' church
From the President: If we 'get religion' we will thrive. If we don't, we will decline.
What moves you?
We only find ourselves when we lose ourselves in service to something that transcends us.
An African pilgrimage
Coming face to face and heart to heart with the reality of slavery.
Opportunity and redemption
It's time to make good on the unfulfilled promise of a racially and culturally diverse Unitarian Universalism.
Sexuality education, standing on the side of love
It's time to put our energy into a sustained fight for comprehensive sexuality education.