How does someone become a UU minister?
For Unitarian Universalists, ministry is not a supernatural state of any kind. It’s a choice, a process, and an ongoing relationship.
Starr King selling campus, moving to Oakland
Unitarian Universalist seminary is selling its campus in Berkeley, California, and moving to space at Mills College in Oakland.
My Black is BLUU
The Harper-Jordan Memorial Symposium declared a Black-centered theology as worth remembering, centering, and fighting for.
Meadville names Ortega-Aponte as new president
Chicago seminary welcomes ‘an innovative leader, a committed Unitarian Universalist, a celebrated educator, a social justice activist, an accomplished scholar, and an experienced community organizer’ as next president.
News brief: Meadville Lombard President Lee Barker will retire in 2019
The Rev. Lee Barker will step down as president at the end of August 2019, completing sixteen years as head of Chicago seminary.
‘Leaving no one out’
Unitarian Universalist minister who heads Colorado ACLU sees complentary values in civil liberties work and in UU communities.
Another solution to the rising cost of entering the ministry
Pare down the requirements for preliminary fellowship.
Starr King school receives $2 million gift for scholarships
Gift from family of the late David Lewis will provide full-tuition scholarships at Berkeley seminary.
The rising costs of entering the ministry
New ministers enter the job market with more educational debt than ever before. Unitarian Universalist leaders are looking at ways to adapt.
News brief: Andover Newton and Yale Divinity School announce partnership
Boston-area seminary, a major training center for Unitarian Universalist clergy, announces plans for Yale Divinity School partnership.
Andover Newton Theological School to sell campus, end residential program
Boston-area seminary, a leading training program for Unitarian Universalist clergy, hopes pared-down program and sale of campus will cut down on student debt.
Read this: Rebecca Parker responds to allegations from former staff
In a statement on the Starr King School for the Ministry website, former President Rebecca Parker responds to allegations from faculty and staff who quit over the school’s search process.