UURISE gives radical hospitality to immigrants
Nonprofit group provides immigrant advocacy and education with a UU voice.
UUA, UUSC collaborate on social justice 'college'
Group will offer international service trips and social justice education.
UN seminar spurs UU young adults to immigration action
119 youth and adults attend three-day UU-UNO conference in New York.
Academia, ministry intersect in UU history post
Meadville Lombard appoints the Rev. Dr. Nicole Kirk to endowed chair of UU history.
UU’s sexuality advocacy group fights for survival
The Rev. Debra Haffner's Religious Institute loses more than $400,000 to fiscal agent; launches emergency fundraising appeal.
Community minister helps ‘one child at a time’
The Rev. Donald Robinson lauded for 20 years of youth programs at Beacon House.
Memories and money boost Camp de Benneville Pines
Once feared to be one burst pipe from shutting down, California camp celebrates solvency at its 50th anniversary.
Campus ministries reopen as students head back to school
College groups diversify offerings with OWL, social justice, and programs for older students.
15 UUs arrested during Tar Sands Action
Two-week protest draws Unitarian Universalists from across the country to highlight perils of pipeline and climate change.
Tar Sands Action inspired by a UU's civil disobedience
A proposed pipeline could be ‘game over’ for climate change, say environmentalists planning protests at White House.
U.S. churches unite to support Uganda school
Annual sponsorships seek to boost nutrition, sanitation, supplies, and teacher salaries at school started by Ugandan UU minister.
Meadville Lombard finds new Chicago campus
Unitarian Universalist seminary will lease space from Spertus Institute, a Jewish studies center.