Enthusiastic and growing, a lay-led Colorado fellowship invites its first minister.
The Rev. Julie Taylor, a white minister, has advice for other racial justice allies from her work in Ferguson and St. Louis.
Just off the coast of southern Maine, the chapel at Ferry Beach retreat and conference center is “a cathedral of trees.”
How my congregation in Austin, Texas, decided to give sanctuary to an LGBT activist facing deportation.
The UUA General Assembly in Portland, Oregon, contained a mixture of triumph and pain that reflects the state of our movement and the state of America.
An ancient tale points to the wisdom of nonsense.
Unitarian Universalists launch refugee crisis fund, call for admission of 200,000 refugees to the United States.
An intense UUA General Assembly celebrates marriage equality, affirms Black Lives Matter.
Unitarian Universalists lobbied for city and county minimum wage increases.
Even in the ‘natural’ world, some things are better than others.
Thousands of volunteers have been transformed in the ten years since Hurricane Katrina through the Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal.
UUA President the Rev. Peter Morales issued a statement following the news of the shooting at Oregon's Umpqua Community College: "I am saddened and sickened to hear of the shooting at the Umpqua Community College in Oregon. I send my most heartfelt message of condolence and support to the families and friends of the victims."
The doubt industry doesn’t have to convince the public that a product is harmless, only that the harm is in doubt, and the cost of change may be high.
Black Lives Matter banners at Unitarian Universalist churches have been defaced and stolen—sometimes repeatedly.
Austin church is housing a Guatemalan activist; in Colorado, immigrant leaves church after nine-month sanctuary.
Supporting environmental action and sustainability, Unitarian Universalists have marched, learned, advocated, donated and acted for climate justice over the past 12 months.
#ShellNo protesters in Portland, Oregon, included UUs among the ‘danglers’ and support ‘anchors.’
The Rev. Elizabeth Nguyen among clergy arrested at Monday civil disobedience.
Many Unitarian Universalists want to support the Black Lives Matter movement. Here are five ways to get started.
The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) and the UUA remain gravely concerned about the global refugee crisis and are committed to taking action. That's why we're announcing two new initiatives: A special UUSC-UUA Refugee Crisis Fund, with the goal of raising $250,000 in 15 days, and a petition drive to pressure the Obama administration to raise the number of refugees admitted into the United States.