‘Called out into the great, open, windy world’
Jack Mendelsohn made social justice essential to Unitarian Universalist identity.
Barack Obama’s Unitarian Universalist connection
Where to learn more about President Obama’s family history with Unitarian Universalism.
Who really said that?
Francis Dávid didn’t say, ‘We need not think alike to love alike.’ Does it matter?
How old are Unitarian Universalist congregations?
Some date back to the 1600s, but 59 percent were founded in the last sixty years.
Tucker rescues women’s voices from archives
‘I wanted to give a voice to all of this experience that has generally been disregarded.’
The empowerment tragedy
Four decades have passed since controversy over ‘black empowerment’ nearly tore the Unitarian Universalist Association apart. Even now, UUs remain unreconciled over what was for many a life-defining fight.
Seeing Joseph Priestley whole
He’s more than just the discoverer of oxygen and soda water, and not just incidentally a Unitarian.
America’s founding faiths
The separation of church and state in America grew out of competing visions of divine order and sacred liberty that divided the nation’s founders and its religious communities.
Pilgrims’ 400-year legacy alive in Plymouth
The congregation established by the Pilgrims in 1620 belongs to the Unitarian Universalist Association today.
Black inventor helped found Queens church
Son of slaves invented key elements of lightbulb.
Righteous among the nations
From the archives: Israel honors two Unitarians for rescuing refugees in World War II; their story provokes soul-searching today.
How big is your God?
Martin Luther King Jr. served a troublesome, dangerous, demanding God who breaks down our divisions.