We are community
No matter what issues I have with other Unitarian Universalists regarding our visions of God/Spirit, justice, race, and age—at the root of everything is community, love, and faith.
Chalice project connects community
In Brevard, North Carolina, Unitarian Universalists made 104 clay chalices in their homes—a hands-on way to stay connected.
My faith keeps showing up for me
Sure, I have pink hair, and sure, I love to dance all night to a raucous feminist punk band, but my participation in a faith community is what sets me apart from my peers.
A practice of sacred conversations
‘I learned prayer was about connection to the holy in one another and the holy that was greater than us.’
Being, loving, together
‘Your sacredness does not come from your doing’
In cohousing communities, UU seniors are finding new ways to ‘age in place’
Nearly 13 percent of cohousing residents identify as Unitarian Universalists, according to a 2012 survey.
In tragic times, we come together in strength and love.
Spiritual friendship and social justice
The Transcendentalists practiced the art of forming and maintaining spiritual friendships transcending differences of gender, social location, theology, politics, and race.
The power of we
Questions probing the heart of Unitarian Universalism.
The cup is what holds the light
It is easy to hold up a light and declare that everyone is welcome. It is harder to build a place where everyone is truly at home.
‘We must continue to choose each other’
Highlights from the UUA General Assembly in Spokane, Washington, June 19–23.
What are Joys and Sorrows?
We do not light candles because we believe they have a supernatural power to them, but we do believe there is power in standing together in these moments.