Hundreds of Unitarian Universalists join North Carolina march challenging restrictive voting laws.
In Westport and Hartford, Victor Lundy designed dramatic expressions of mid-century Unitarian Universalism.
Without ‘God,’ a liberal theologian focuses on transcendent resources of grace and judgment.
A little playfulness can go a long way.
Sharing our stories helps us connect with ourselves, our spirituality, and others.
Surviving alcoholism and seminary, a novelist finds depth and comedy in Unitarian Universalism.
Frances E. W. Harper (1825–1911) challenged us to practice a religion of justice.
“It’s not enough to say black lives matter—you have to believe it, and to live it.”
Virginia Volker recalls a lifetime of working for a more just Alabama.
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We ascend, or descend, inextricably linked with all others.
Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson speaks to justice, mercy, and compassion, themes of concern to us as Unitarian Universalists and as human beings.
Faculty who resigned say seminary conflict was about claims made by former President Rebecca Parker.
It is time to stop expecting young Unitarian Universalists to save the faith.
The Rev. Peter Morales issued the following statement reacting to the Boy Scouts of America’s (BSA) recent policy change:
“I applaud the Boy Scouts of America for amending its adult leadership standards policy to include gay scout leaders. The development of a more inclusive BSA will not only strengthen it as an organization, but will benefit all boys and young men who look to scouting for guidance."
More than two dozen Unitarian Universalist congregations have put Black Lives Matter banners on their buildings.
The Rev. Peter Morales issued this statement following the news of a shooting attack in Chattanooga, Tennessee that left four U.S. Marines dead:
"I am deeply saddened by yesterday’s shootings in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and my heart goes out to the families and friends of the victims. Initial news reports indicate that the four victims were targeted because they were members of the U.S. military, a tragic reminder of the dangers that our women and men in uniform face at home as well as abroad. We honor their service and their sacrifice."
On July 13, thousands of people including hundreds of Unitarian Universalists wearing Standing on the Side of Love t-shirts marched in Winston-Salem, NC, in support of overturning a vicious voter suppression law that was being argued just down the street inside a federal courthouse in the case N.C. NAACP v. McCrory. Participants carried signs that read, “Protect Our Vote,” “North Carolina is Our Selma” and “Black Votes Matter.”
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Lena Gardner issues a call to action for the Week of Righteous Resistance (July 12-18) taking place across the country and talks about her own experience as a leader of Black Lives Matter Minneapolis on the Standing on the Side of Love blog. She writes, "Sacred love is the force beneath justice, when you love all Black people as deeply as your own family, then you will find the courage to help end the killings, the imprisonment, the widespread injustice."