UU-UNO marks fifty years at the United Nations
Unitarian Universalist voice for human rights at the UN since 1962.
The Unitarian ministry
In 1944, the author described his path to the Unitarian ministry—and protested discrimination against women in the ministry.
Barack Obama’s Unitarian Universalist connection
Where to learn more about President Obama’s family history with Unitarian Universalism.
Who really said that?
Francis Dávid didn’t say, ‘We need not think alike to love alike.’ Does it matter?
May Sarton, 'our poet,' at 100
May Sarton felt a strong affinity for Unitarians, who continue to revere her work.
How old are Unitarian Universalist congregations?
Some date back to the 1600s, but 59 percent were founded in the last sixty years.
Academia, ministry intersect in UU history post
Meadville Lombard appoints the Rev. Dr. Nicole Kirk to endowed chair of UU history.
Tucker rescues women’s voices from archives
‘I wanted to give a voice to all of this experience that has generally been disregarded.’
A candid welcome
Top 10 reasons you may not feel comfortable in a Unitarian Universalist congregation.
Forty years of UU sexuality education
Our congregations are recognized leaders in comprehensive sex ed, grounded in UU values.
The spiritual heritage of the Occupy movement
The Occupy protests have much in common with political movements of the 1840s, 1890s, and 1930s—including a spiritual dimension.
Robert Gould Shaw and his regiment of 'hope and glory'
25-year-old Unitarian led the first regiment of free blacks in the Union Army.