The call of our faith
What in Unitarian Universalism’s central theology requires us to work toward building multicultural, antiracist Beloved Community?
SMILE Project helps teens realize their potential
An Illinois congregation’s internship program offers students valuable firsthand workplace experience.
Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal closing
New Orleans service and learning center, founded after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, is closing at the end of November.
‘Conversations for Liberation’ helps UUs address antiracism conflicts
Leaders of the UUA, affiliated professional organizations, and identity groups ask congregations to hold conversations and submit feedback by December 20.
New UUA Common Read choices focus on indigenous peoples’ experience
Discussion guide available for ‘An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States.’
UUs help host indigenous-led convergence
Rooted in partnerships formed at the Oceti Sakowin Camp, UU Ministry for Earth helps host InterNātional Grass Roots Gathering in August.
Commission survey reveals strong support for antiracism work
Commission on Institutional Change is collecting testimony through end of September; 60 percent of survey respondents see antiracism work as most important to future of Unitarian Universalism.
The cup is what holds the light
It is easy to hold up a light and declare that everyone is welcome. It is harder to build a place where everyone is truly at home.
BLUU announces three panelists for upcoming theology symposium
Harper-Jordan Memorial Symposium, in St. Paul, will feature Sofía Betancourt, Chris Cameron, and Rosemary Bray McNatt.
UUA, DRUUMM sign memorandum of understanding at GA
Five-year agreement signed at 2019 General Assembly in Spokane.
Partnering with indigenous leaders, UU organizations support gathering in South Dakota
Organizers of interfaith, intercultural gathering seek funding to support convergence
Commission invites UUs to build a ‘truly hospitable’ faith
‘If we were able to fashion a UUA that could work for the person who had been the most marginalized among us, it would work better for everyone.’