Why a generation that grew up with Buffy and the Power Rangers will demand a different Unitarian Universalism.
Satire takes aim at recent UUA history
In new novel, former editor of this magazine satirizes the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Meet the founders of the UU Service Committee
A new book shares the stories of the founders of the UUSC.
Theodore Parker, radical theologian
2010 is the bicentennial of the most influential Unitarian minister who ever lived.
Clarke changed congregational life
James Freeman Clarke's Unitarian church was radically unlike other Unitarian churches in Boston.
Unitarian inspired popular nursery rhyme
In her childhood, Mary Elizabeth Sawyer Tyler had a little lamb.
Events to mark Margaret Fuller’s bicentennial
Dozens of events scheduled nationwide to celebrate the legacy of noted feminist, journalist, and Transcendentalist.
Unitarians worked to 'save' Ute Indians
In the 1870s, the American Unitarian Association oversaw a Ute reservation in Colorado.
The religious left
An old tradition for a new day.
Fifty years after the vote to form the UUA
The Unitarian and Universalist consolidation process continues to this day.
John Murray's conversion to Universalism
How an 18th-century Calvinist embraced Universalism and became the first minister of a Universalist church in America.
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.