Coverage of the 2005 hurricane, its aftermath, and Unitarian Universalist responses.
Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal closing
New Orleans service and learning center, founded after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, is closing at the end of November.
In New Orleans, ‘a big humanity reclamation act’
Thousands of volunteers have been transformed in the ten years since Hurricane Katrina through the Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal.
On Katrina anniversary, New Orleans congregations weather Isaac
Three area congregations emerge unscathed from Category 1 hurricane
Bound to the 'last spot of land in Louisiana'
A visit to Plaquemines Parish, which Unitarian Universalists helped rebuild after Hurricane Katrina, as Hurricane Isaac approached.
Meet a Trustee: Erik David Carlson
Carlson is committed to creating better services for youth and young adults.
UUA Board urges repudiation of 'Doctrine of Discovery'
Meeting in New Orleans, board names moderator candidates, mulls future of UUA headquarters and social justice resolutions.
'Bright and shining church' rises from Katrina's floodwaters
Community Church in New Orleans celebrates new building, five years after hurricane.
New Orleans UU churches alive—and struggling
Three New Orleans churches and a Gulfport, Miss., congregation struggle to regain members five years after Katrina.
Youth, adults bond through service trips
Service trips are a great way to help people in need and cultivate a lifelong awareness of the importance of serving others.
Volunteering in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina—and the aftermath of my diagnosis with ALS—has helped me appreciate the complexity of asking for, and offering, help.
New Orleans UU congregations still welcome help
Area churches organize to coordinate fundraising, volunteers.
New ministry to train congregants in construction skills
TUUL-Belt Ministry to deploy UUs to disaster sites for rebuilding, pastoral care