Mount Auburn Cemetery, a Unitarian Universalist Valhalla
Visit famous UUs at America’s first garden cemetery.
Book to note: ‘The Lively Place’
A fascinating look at the history of Mount Auburn Cemetery.
Black History Month: A time to unlearn
As a child I learned that we had, mostly, overcome. Clues to a deeper truth hid in plain sight.
Lydia Maria Child: More than a Thanksgiving song
The Unitarian famous for writing ‘Over the River and Through the Wood’ was also an ardent anti-slavery activist.
Geneva: Sitting in history
An Illinois meetinghouse honors its past and looks to its future.
Planet discoverer goes to Pluto and beyond
The ashes of Clyde Tombaugh are traveling the cosmos on NASA's New Horizons spacecraft.
‘Come and join us’
Enthusiastic and growing, a lay-led Colorado fellowship invites its first minister.
GA Talk: #BlackLivesMatter is inevitable conclusion
Amanda Weatherspoon and Kenny Wiley situate contemporary Unitarian Universalism in relation to the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
Read this: The racial history of swimming pools
‘Everyone who was getting put on the ground was black, Mexican, Arabic,’ Brooks, who is white, said. ‘[The cop] didn’t even look at me. It was kind of like I was invisible.’
Book to note: ‘Young Eliot: From St. Louis to The Waste Land’
New biography of T.S. Eliot gives detailed portrait of the poet’s Unitarian childhood.
Book to note: ‘A Home for Mr. Emerson’
Visually compelling biography for young readers provides an accessible foundation in the notable Unitarian’s words and beliefs.
Olympia Brown: pioneering minister, women's suffragist
Ordained in 1863, Brown was the first woman ordained with full denominational authority in America.