All Souls rings 'Abolition Bell' for Iraq dead
Washington, D.C., Unitarian church rings its 1822 Revere bell to honor soldiers and Iraqis killed in the war.
Maryland UUs battle for marriage equality
Same-sex couples sue for marriage licenses in Baltimore.
Volunteers help fix storm-damaged North Shore church
Volunteers spend weekend fixing one New Orleans-area church; donations to UUA-UUSC relief fund top $343,708.
First Church minister will hold 'virtual service' for scattered congregation
Unitarian Universalists donate $141,739 online in two days to help hurting congregations.
New social justice consulting program
Antioppression consulting program helps congregations in existing justice efforts.
Three New Orleans congregations devastated; UUs open homes to refugees
UUA sets up emergency relief fund; members open their homes to refugees from New Orleans
Unitarian Universalist minister named Zen master
The Rev. James Ishmael Ford is the first Unitarian Universalist minister to be named a Zen master.
Martin Sheen to play Rumsfeld at mock trial; torture practices focus of weekend
'Call for Justice Weekend,' sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, will protest U.S. torture policies.
Internet congregation focuses on young adults
New on-line church lets UU young adults stay connected 24/7.
Beacon Press ends three-year test with $500K surplus
Beacon Press exceeds requirements set by the UUA Board.
Unitarian Universalist is first female chaplain at Gitmo
The Rev. Cynthia Kane is one of four military chaplains at the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay.
UUA issues new salary guidelines for congregational staff
Tenth anniversary of guidelines for fair compensation.