Slaves to energy
We depend on energy sources that threaten dramatic climate changes around the world. Can we change course? The author suggests that it may be possible with difficult and far-reaching changes.
By Jon Luoma in Ideas

What you can do about global warming
The global warming problem is too global for a few simple steps to solve it, but there are actions you can take.
By Jon Luoma in Life

Why I go to General Assembly
'Going to General Assembly is the best inoculation that I know to prevent denominational shallowness.'
By Greg Hines in Spirit

New This Year
General Assembly showing a more eco-friendly face.
By Donald E. Skinner in News

Reforming a criminal justice system in crisis
The General Assembly considers a new Statement of Conscience.
By Warren R. Ross in Ideas


UU World announces changes in frequency
Magazine to become quarterly; website relaunch
By Tom Stites in From the editor

Half empty or half full
Reporting on growth efforts.
By William G. Sinkford in Our calling

Exercise as spiritual play
Ten spiritual lessons that running has taught me.
By Lisa Watts in Forum

Raising money through home hospitality
Congregations turn to creative fundraisers.
By Donald E. Skinner in Congregational life

Frank Lloyd Wright's UU churches
Architect with Unitarian roots designed two famous Unitarian Universalist churches.
By Jane Greer in Spiritual landmarks

This little life of mine
In an unimaginably vast universe, what do our individual lives mean?
By Julie Parker Amery in Reflections

Hope in an unmarked envelope
A young woman wanted to know about Unitarian Universalism, but added: 'Please send the pamphlets in a plain, unmarked envelope.'
By Stefan M. Jonasson in Reflections

Bubbles of Earth
'Dust thou art,' joyfully recast
By Flora Thompson in Reflections

El sueño final (The final dream)
Laurel Garcia Colvin creates dreamlike images using underwater photography.
By Laurel Garcia Colvin and Kenneth Sutton in Reflections

Beltaine (May 1)
Make an altar to celebrate the senses.
By Anika Stafford in Reflections

Valentine campaign in California
UUs organize for marriage equality.
By Donald E. Skinner in UU news

UU evangelism fosters new church growth
Marketing efforts underway
By Staff Writer in UU news

Chaplain in the wilderness
Maine wardens call the Rev. Kate Braestrup when there's an emergency in the woods.
By Donald E. Skinner in UU news

Podcasting helps spread UU message
By Staff Writer in UU news

Unitarian Universalist tsunami donations exceed $1.5 million
UUA-UUSC joint effort
By Staff Writer in UU news

Latin American UUs assemble to form AUULA
Unitarian Universalism gaining popularity in Latin America.
By Staff Writer in UU news

South Carolina kids honor MLK
Greenville, S.C., UU Fellowship cooperates with Presbyterian church.
By Staff Writer in UU news

Fellowship named for Goodloe
Bowie, Maryland, congregation honors African American pioneer.
By Staff Writer in UU news

Reston banners destroyed twice
Vandals destroyed 'Civil Marriage is a Civil Right' banners.
By Staff Writer in UU news

Large churches meet in Boston
UUA triennial conference.
By Staff Writer in UU news

Sex ed comes under fire in Washington
The U.S. has one of the highest rates of sexually transmitted infections among teens.
By Staff Writer in UU news

Financial advisor Ladd departs
Elected UUA term ends.
By Tom Stites in UU news

Candidates in General Assembly races
in UU news

The conservative worldview
Two recent books can help liberals understand the Christian right.
By Doug Muder in Bookshelf

Global warming, prison ministry, and metaphors
Questions for spiritual reflection and adult group discussions.
By Jane Greer in What in the World?

Universalist manifesto
The pioneering theologian Hosea Ballou challenged the doctrine of damnation.
By Charles Howe in Looking back