Unitarian Universalists raise funds for gay rights in Uganda
Donations will support human rights activists fighting homophobia.
Dinner with Monsanto
A Unitarian Universalist minister is planting the seeds for a code of ethics for bioengineers, starting with Monsanto, the world's largest producer of genetically modified seeds.
Giving a hand to immigrants
'It is one thing to talk about immigration in the abstract and another to hear people's stories.'
Offering a room to asylum seekers
Members of two N.J. Unitarian Universalist congregations host political asylum seekers as part of interfaith group.
Cultivating an abandoned place
The Rev. Ron Robinson’s unconventional church in Turley, Oklahoma, focuses on service.
Service is our prayer
When we serve we become more compassionate, more sensitive, more understanding, and more aware.
UU congregations work for immigrant justice
Unitarian Universalists find many ways to help immigrants.
There is enough
There's enough for you. There's enough for me. We don't have to throw anybody under the bus.
The welcome table
How the hospitality of progressive churches cultivates forgiveness and justice.
UU partner in India wins international peace prize
Ela Bhatt, founder of India’s largest women’s union, awarded 2010 Niwano Peace Prize.
Transforming the Jericho Road
The Jericho Road Project links Unitarian Universalist professionals with nonprofits in struggling cities, creating a new avenue for social justice.
Religion and science can be partners
Both science and religion have something meaningful to contribute to a universal ethic.