Who's afraid of freedom and tolerance?
Why are fundamentalists so frightened by liberal family values? A look at competing worldviews.
By Doug Muder in Ideas

Fired Up: General Assembly 2005
Sermons, music, and politics fired up the annual gathering of Unitarian Universalists.
By Donald E. Skinner and Christopher L. Walton in News

Living to end the death penalty
Grieving parents of an executed man devote their lives to ending capital punishment.
By Donald E. Skinner in Life

Structures of justice
Writing about the social justice work funded by Veatch Program grants led the author to a deeper appreciation of the need for structural change in society.
By Warren R. Ross in Life


Not for the faint of heart
By Paul Rasor in Opening words

Sex education helps save the world
Fear-based, 'Just Say No' programs don’t decrease drug use over the long term, and they don't change teen sexual behavior, either.
By Cynthia Kuhn in Forum

Interim ministers help ease transitions
Interim ministers help congregations make successful transitions between settled ministries.
By Donald E. Skinner in Congregational life

Window memorializes astronomer, church founder
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Las Cruces honors a founding member's scientific achievements.
By Sonja L. Cohen in Congregational life

Repression of the sublime
You will never realize your potential unless you are willing to recognize and use your gifts.
By Marilyn Sewell in Reflections

Into the Light
An artist reflects on the view from an abandoned cellar.
By Kenneth Sutton in Reflections

Spiritual imperatives
It is time for liberal religious people to reclaim the moral agenda.
By Krista Taves in Reflections

Ganges dawn
India's Ganges River at first light.
By Staff Writer in Reflections

A new day
Fourteen women gather at a Stone Age temple to greet the sun on the fall equinox.
By Anne Peek in Reflections

A death in Iraq; a church changed
An opponent becomes an ally after losing his soldier son.
By Jane Greer in UU news

Transforming people through music
Nashville music ministry brings new energy to Unitarian Universalist worship.
By Donald E. Skinner in UU news

Student survey reveals distinctive Unitarian Universalist traits
Study: Unitarian Universalist college students stand out for spiritual curiosity, volunteerism, social justice work, compassion, and respect for religious diversity.
By Sonja L. Cohen in UU news

UUA celebrates same-sex marriage anniversary in Massachusetts
The party included music, a wedding cake, toasts, and thousands of paper hearts sent by UU children and adults from across the continent.
By Staff Writer in UU news

Large gifts will help small congregations
One major gift will help small congregations in New Hampshire and Vermont; another secured the future of a Florida congregation.
By Staff Writer in UU news

New social justice consulting program
Antioppression consulting program helps congregations in existing justice efforts.
in UU news

Ad campaign successful in Houston area
Houston area campaign giving churches new energy.
By Amelia Koford in UU news

House-building trip to 'other side'
A Massachusetts church youth group calls border ministry in Mexico an 'eye-opener.'
By Staff Writer in UU news

Giving circles leverage gifts for charities
'Shared Giving' circle created at UU Church in NC.
By Staff Writer in UU news

Congregational anniversaries, 2004-2005
UU churches celebrate their beginnings.
By Amelia Koford in UU news

Pennsylvania congregation supports girls in Mozambique
UU's have found a way to help educate Mozambican girls.
By Staff Writer in UU news

Help and the human condition
What can we do to help?
By Victoria Safford in Bookshelf

Unitarian Universalist music turns to exploration
Singing the Journey represents the arrival of a new a generation of Unitarian Universalism.
By W. Frederick Wooden in Bookshelf

He found a planet and founded a church
At 24, Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto. He later helped found a Unitarian Universalist church.
By Kimberly French in Looking back