We want our movement to change
A letter from the newly elected president of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Reach out to become a public church
Unitarian Universalism can't yet claim that the greater good is its primary purpose, but it should.
Their spirit is still with us
One year after a gunman opened fire in the Unitarian Universalist church in Knoxville, the congregation’s minister reflects on the spirituality that has sustained his people.
‘One tribe, one people’
Unitarian Universalism is growing rapidly in Africa, uniting people from many tribes to serve the poor.
UU convicted of littering while supplying humanitarian aid
Ministry provides water, supplies to migrants crossing Arizona desert
Volunteering in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina—and the aftermath of my diagnosis with ALS—has helped me appreciate the complexity of asking for, and offering, help.
A public witness
President William G. Sinkford looks back on eight years of leadership.
Peace Network rallied UUs against nukes
We didn't have to declare ourselves a traditional peace church to be strong advocates for peace and nuclear disarmament.
The love truck
The Karma Fairy is laughing her head off at the SUV in my driveway.
Working together to create common security
Common Security Clubs can help us share each other's burdens in a time of economic crisis.
Cincinnati churches continue racial reconciliation
Unitarian Universalists build relationships with descendents of black minister spurned by Unitarians in 1930s.
Be a dignitarian
We can overcome rankism and build a world that honors the dignity of every person.