Sharing our stories helps us connect with ourselves, our spirituality, and others.
Somewhere a circle of hands will open to receive us, eyes will light up as we enter, voices will celebrate with us whenever we come into our own power.
Gail Forsyth-Vail, UUA Director of Adult Programs, shares the joy of outdoor family worship during summer months.
140 Unitarian Universalists from across the United States joined local and national activists and people of faith for a weekend of events (Aug. 7-10) in Missouri to mark the one year anniversary of the death of Michael Brown. Participants called for justice and change for people of color who are disproportionately targeted by systems of oppression.
Surviving alcoholism and seminary, a novelist finds depth and comedy in Unitarian Universalism.
#ShellNo protesters in Portland, Oregon, included Unitarian Universalists among the "danglers" and support "anchors." Read the full story in UU World.
Frances E. W. Harper (1825–1911) challenged us to practice a religion of justice.
Many Unitarian Universalists want to support the Black Lives Matter movement. Here are five ways to get started. Read the full story in UU World.
“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.