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Unitarian Universalists raise funds for gay rights in Uganda

UU news

Unitarian Universalists raise funds for gay rights in Uganda

Donations will support human rights activists fighting homophobia.

Michelle Bates Deakin | 2/7/2011

Dinner with Monsanto

Feature

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.

Michelle Bates Deakin | 1/24/2011 | Winter 2010

Giving a hand to immigrants

Congregational life

Giving a hand to immigrants

'It is one thing to talk about immigration in the abstract and another to hear people's stories.'

Donald E. Skinner | 1/3/2011 | Winter 2010

Offering a room to asylum seekers

UU news

Offering a room to asylum seekers

Members of two N.J. Unitarian Universalist congregations host political asylum seekers as part of interfaith group.

Jane Greer | 11/15/2010

Cultivating an abandoned place

Life

Cultivating an abandoned place

The Rev. Ron Robinson’s unconventional church in Turley, Oklahoma, focuses on service.

Donald E. Skinner | 10/11/2010 | Spring 2011

Service is our prayer

From the president

Service is our prayer

When we serve we become more compassionate, more sensitive, more understanding, and more aware.

Peter Morales | 9/27/2010 | Fall 2010

UU congregations work for immigrant justice

UU news

UU congregations work for immigrant justice

Unitarian Universalists find many ways to help immigrants.

Donald E. Skinner | 9/6/2010

There is enough

Reflections

There is enough

There's enough for you. There's enough for me. We don't have to throw anybody under the bus.

Keith Ellison | 8/23/2010 | Fall 2010

The welcome table

Feature

The welcome table

How the hospitality of progressive churches cultivates forgiveness and justice.

John A. Buehrens | 8/9/2010 | Summer 2010

UU partner in India wins international peace prize

UU news

UU partner in India wins international peace prize

Ela Bhatt, founder of India’s largest women’s union, awarded 2010 Niwano Peace Prize.

Michelle Bates Deakin | 5/3/2010

Transforming the Jericho Road

Feature

Transforming the Jericho Road

The Jericho Road Project links Unitarian Universalist professionals with nonprofits in struggling cities, creating a new avenue for social justice.

Michelle Bates Deakin | 4/12/2010 | Spring 2010

Religion and science can be partners

Forum

Religion and science can be partners

Both science and religion have something meaningful to contribute to a universal ethic.

Bruce Sheiman | 1/4/2010 | Winter 2009

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