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Unitarian Universalists Respond to Climate Displacement

22 March 2023 at 10:00
photo of youth getting to the September 2019 climate strike in New York City via public transit

Staff Writer

Six UU organizations release joint statement committing to respond to climate-forced displacement.

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UUs Help Protect Hidden Black History in New Jersey

20 March 2023 at 12:00
An African American woman in an all-black outfit holds a set of house keys. She is standing in front of a multiracial group of people in the front yard of a house.

Jeff Milchen

A Montclair coalition rallied the community to save the town’s first Black-owned home.

A Glimpse at Earth-Loving Faith Initiatives

6 March 2023 at 00:00
Logo for Green the Church

Arthur Hirsch

Faith groups in the United States respond to climate change.

"the wonders I would see if only i could breathe the air"

Abstract acrylic painting representing air pollution and the loss experienced as a result.

Bill Reed


Staff Writer

Unitarian Universalist’s painting is part of a series on climate change and air quality issues.

The Green Heart of an Iowa Congregation

6 February 2023 at 13:30
The Sanctuary and Fellowship Hall at the Coralville, Iowa UUS

Kat McKim

Coralville’s painstakingly designed building embodies its wider commitment to sustainability.

Belonging to the Earth

30 January 2023 at 13:00
Two faces in a collage of trees

Erica Shadowsong

A more spiritual worldview may help us heal the planet.

From Prosecution to the Ministry: Rev. Viola Abbitt in Conversation

28 February 2023 at 09:45
An African American woman wearing glasses and smiling against a blue background.

Jeff Milchen

Rev. Viola Abbitt's unconventional path from DA's office to the ministry is a story of UU faith and principle.

Susan Frederick-Gray: Selected Sermons and Writings

21 February 2023 at 10:00
A white woman against a white background wearing glasses, smiling.

Staff Writer

A curated sample of pastoral and prophetic writings of a prolific president.

Leadership in Unprecedented Times

15 February 2023 at 10:00
A white woman leaning against a table with a chalice visible. The woman is smiling.

Elaine McArdle

Reflections on the transformational presidency of Susan Frederick-Gray.

Why Unitarian Universalists are Reexamining Article II

General Assembly 2022 attendees discuss the Article II Study Commission’s work during a general session.

Alexandra Varney McDonald

UUA Executive Vice President Carey McDonald answers questions about proposed changes to the Principles, Purposes, and Sources.

Video: UU the Vote 2022 in Review

1 February 2023 at 12:00
An African American man smiling at a podium

Staff Writer

UU the Vote was back in 2022 to help organize, educate, and empower voters across the country.

Pump the Brakes: USPS Reverses Course on Fleet of Gas Trucks

25 January 2022 at 00:00
A USPS truck

Jeff Milchen

Ten months ago, we critiqued the ill-advised and damaging plan by U.S. Postmaster Louis DeJoy to purchase tens of thousands of gas-guzzling delivery trucks.Β We’re excited to report the USPS changed course.

Achieving Reproductive Justice Requires Both Urgency and Patience

19 January 2023 at 11:55
a group with signs protests the SCOTUS ruling about abortion

Jeff Milchen

Responding to the effects of the June ruling that voided key elements of Roe v WadeΒ requires us to build a lasting movement focused on cultural transformation and justice.

Moment of Reflection: Generational Wealth

26 December 2022 at 10:00
Abstract word cloud for Inheritance with related tags and terms

Atena O. Danner

A poem by Atena O. Danner.

You Are the Holiday Miracle

28 October 2022 at 10:00
Everland garland with lights

Gwen Matthews

As December opens up before us, we welcome in the gift of reflection.

Tuning Into Our Blessings

14 December 2022 at 12:00
A white woman with a red top in front of a lit chalice

Susan Frederick-Gray

Dr. Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, President of the Unitarian Universalist Association, shares a blessing for the holiday season in the final year of her administration.

Spiritual Resilience and the Climate Emergency

12 December 2022 at 10:00
Protest sign reads "Eco not Ego," and depicts man living in harmony with nature, versus man ruling over nature from the top of a pyramid.

Michael S. Hogue

In place of resignation in the face of climate change, the path of spiritual resilience opens us to a fuller life.

Serious Challenge to Fair Elections Lands at Supreme Court

7 December 2022 at 13:00
Political rally composed of people of different ethnicities

Jeff Milchen

In Moore v. Harper, the U.S. Supreme CourtΒ will make crucial choices regarding limits to partisan manipulation of our elections.

Two Approaches to Fighting Climate Change

7 December 2022 at 12:00
Climate protestors hold signs urging Biden to declare climate emergency and reject fossil fuel projects.

Elaine McArdle

UUs support Build Back Fossil Free, Citizens' Climate Lobby

UUA Presidential Candidate Statement: Rev. Dr. SofΓ­a Betancourt

The Rev. Dr. Sofia Betancourt wearing glasses, smiling

SofΓ­a Betancourt

Beloveds, we are called to communal care like never before.

Timothy Beal: When Time is Short

5 December 2022 at 10:00
White man in light blue shirt in front of stain-glass windows

Roger Santodomingo

The religious scholar argues that religion has fueled humanity’s denial of climate change and thatβ€”even in knowing ours may be a finite futureβ€”there are still places to find hope.

Search Committee Nominates Rev. Dr. SofΓ­a Betancourt for UUA President

29 November 2022 at 13:30
The Rev. Dr. Sofia Betancourt wearing glasses, smiling

Staff Writer

New president to be elected at General Assembly 2023.

Eating As a Spiritual Practice

21 November 2022 at 09:00
The Earth served on a plate.

LΓ³re Stevens

Food can be an avenue in the struggle against climate change and for climate justice.

From Remorse to Action

16 November 2022 at 13:00
Wabanaki Alliance Logo

Jeff Milchen

First Parish in Portland, Maine, wins Bennett Award for work to support Wabanaki sovereignty.

β€œIf Our Voices Are United, We Can Make a Difference”

2 November 2022 at 10:00
An Asian American woman at a microphone

Elaine McArdle

Congresswoman Judy Chu on climate change, being a UU, and more

Meet the UU the Vote Fellows

7 November 2022 at 09:45
Three people sit at computers

Jeff Milchen

The Legacy Fellowship program builds leadership capacity to advance democracy in 2020 and beyond.

Our Faith Demands We Protect Democracy

casting a vote with an American flag in the background

Susan Frederick-Gray

Unitarian Universalists commit to defend voting rights as sacred.

β€œIf Our Voices Are United, We Can Make a Difference”

2 November 2022 at 10:00
An Asian American woman at a microphone

Elaine McArdle

Congresswoman Judy Chu on climate change, being a UU, and more

Climate Change Is a Public Health Crisis

31 October 2022 at 10:00
Artistic rendition of pollution caused by fossil fuel industries.

Rachel Myslivy

Environmental degradation is exacerbating existing inequities; we have a moral obligation to center solutions on those most impacted.

UU the Vote Organizes in States Facing Threats to Democracy

19 October 2022 at 12:30
Two men, one Black, the other white, sitting at a computer

Jeff Milchen

The mobilization campaign organized events in Michigan and Georgia, where voter rights are most threatened.

Finding Hope in Uncomfortable Truth

Close up on plant sprout.

Alice Kurima Newberry

In the face of ongoing existential threats, how will you respond?

Unitarian Universalists Embrace Eco-Friendly Funeral Options

12 October 2022 at 12:30
A road sign reading "Natural Burial Ground"

Elaine McArdle

As the climate crisis grows more serious, the moral and even spiritual value of a green burial appeals to many people.

Embracing an Indigenous Worldview of Climate Change

10 October 2022 at 10:10
Three indigenous people offset a nature scene

Nazune Menka

For Indigenous Peoples around the world, climate change has long been more than an abstract, futuristic possibility.

We Are Called to Help Those Affected by Hurricane Ian

30 September 2022 at 12:30
A couple survey hurricane damage

Staff Writer

Donate to the UUA's Disaster Relief Fund today to aid affected congregations.

Atlanta Congregation Holds Grand Opening for New Campus

30 September 2022 at 10:10
A congregation in worship

Staff Writer

After years without a building, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta has held the grand opening of its new campus.

Anniversary of September 11th

11 September 2022 at 11:00
Statue of Liberty

Staff Writer

Our hearts are still heavy on the anniversary of September 11, 2001.

After Big Win in Kansas, Can Pro-Choice Advocates Prevail in Kentucky?

9 September 2022 at 12:00
Woman in Kansas after abortion vote win

Jeff Milchen

Kansas organizers succeed through inclusive leadership and seeking dialogue with potential opponents.

This Sacred Hour

2 September 2022 at 09:00
White woman with glasses and short dark hair smiling.

Staff Writer

An Ingathering greeting from UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray.

Rescuing Democracy from the Brink of Collapse

11 August 2022 at 09:00
protester holding a candle and a sign that reads "remember Jan 7, senators, protect our democracy now"

Jeff Milchen

The January 6 Committee is doing its job admirably. Now we must make sure its work results in action.

Sinkford Receives UUA’s Highest Honor

20 July 2022 at 16:00
Rev. William G. Sinkford, a Black man in his 70s, smiles in a blue suit and white shirt

Elaine McArdle

Former UUA President William G. Sinkford recognized for decades of distinguished service to the faith.

The 'Juiciest Part': GA Discusses Article II Changes

27 July 2022 at 10:00
General Assembly 2022 attendees discuss the Article II Study Commission’s work during a general session.

Arthur Hirsch

Attendees discussed the future of the UUA's Principles, Purposes, and Sources.

Sinkford Receives UUA’s Highest Honor

20 July 2022 at 16:00
Rev. William G. Sinkford, a Black man in his 70s, smiles in a blue suit and white shirt

Elaine McArdle

Former UUA President William G. Sinkford recognized for decades of distinguished service to the faith.

Bringing Justice to Law Enforcement Requires Relentless Pressure

14 July 2022 at 15:00
Two Black demonstrators at a vigil in honor of Jayland Walker who was shot by police

Jeff Milchen

The case of Jayland Walker reminds us that, despite modest reforms at some departments, killings by police remain pervasive.

The Rising Threat of Minority Rule

13 July 2022 at 08:45
Police place a barricade in front of US Supreme Court. People protesting reversing of abortion rights

Jeff Milchen

To save reproductive choice and preserve previous civil rights advances, it’s essential to recognize the need for structural change.

From the UUA President: UUs Remain Committed to Reproductive Justice

L to R: Maggie Clayton, The Rev. Dr. Linda Olson Peebles, Elizabeth Fogarty at a Reproductive Justice Rally.

Susan Frederick-Gray

Boston, Mass. (June 24, 2022) – The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) issued its decision in theΒ Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women Health OrganizationΒ case, which overturnsΒ Roe v. Wade, upending nearly 50 years of access to abortion. Below is a statement from Rev. Dr. Susan Frederick-Gray, President of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), regarding this decision:

This decision manifests the worst fears of those of us who have been working for decades to protect and affirm reproductive rights.

Every Story Begins with a Word

bisexual freedom word cloud

Elizabeth J. Andrew

Words come alive when we claim what is sacred.

The Change

Black man in dynamic motion with reflection

Mathew P. Taylor

Guided by faith that this too will pass / We can survive this because our ancestors survived

Commission Considers Changes to the Seven Principles

delegates at General Assembly 2018 discuss a business item

Arthur Hirsch

Article II Study Commission undertaking a β€˜deep examination’ of the UUA’s Principles and Purposes.

Black Joy

A Black father and young daughter looking happy at church with a smiling Black woman sitting in the row behind them.

Kimberly Quinn JohnsonΒ 

I call it Black Joy, but I want to offer itβ€”to the extent that it is mine to offerβ€”to this faith.

Multiplatform General Assembly Breaks New Ground

Photo of a flaming chalice with words GA Meet the Moment on top.

Elaine McArdle

The UUA's 2022 gathering will offer onsite and online attendees a more equitable experience than ever.

Leading from the Edge

type illustration of the words "Leading From the Edge", the title of the accompanying article.

Karen Hutt


Lauren Wyeth


Jen Crow

We can build on our traditions to keep pushing our boundaries.

Engaging with the UU Common Read

27 May 2022 at 09:00
 book titled "Defund Fear" by Zach Norris is held in the hands of someone whose hands are light brown; only their torso is showing.

Staff Writer

Discussion guides and resources are available forDefund Fear.

Pause to Remember

25 May 2022 at 05:00
page from Spring 2021: Moment of Reflection: Memorial. An image of A candlelight vigil in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on June 19, 2020, honors George Floyd and others killed by police with an installation created by Anna Barber and Connor Wright.

May 25, 2022, marks the second anniversary of the murder of George Floyd at the hands of four police officers in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The UUA lifts up the life of George Floyd and honors his loved ones and his community, all of whom will have a painful and indelible memory in their hearts forever. We recognize that searing injustices and death as a result of police use of force and systemic racism continue within a militarized law enforcement that has changed little. As we resolved in 2020, the UUA is committed to making our congregations and communities authentically multicultural, multiracial, anti-oppressive spaces that dismantle anti-Blackness. We pledge to continue that important antiracist work, today and for the long haul. We remain committed to building a world in which love and justice thrive. The photo was originally published as aΒ Moment of Reflection in our Spring 2021 edition.

GA 2022: Not Business as Usual

a large indoor gathering holds up orange paper voting cards

Elaine McArdle

The UUA wants the multiplatform General Assembly to be an equitable experience for all, including the voting process. The board approved the final agenda on May 25.

Embracing an Ethic of Love

Red thread heart

Susan Frederick-Gray

Living into Beloved Community is spiritual work.

Moment of Reflection: The Flaw

Red decorative stitching on white cloth with a small section of anomalous purple stitching

Molly Peacock

The best thing about a hand-made pattern is the flaw.

Multiple Voices, One Faith

illustration that reads Stitching a Layered Faith on top of stitching graphics

Janice Marie Johnson


James Ishmael Ford


Abhi Prakash Janamanchi


Amanda Poppei

Nuanced, surprising, and beautiful, Unitarian Universalism joins together myriad sources and experiences.

UUs Remain Committed to Supporting Reproductive Justice

3 May 2022 at 14:00
Protest to protect, safe, legal abortion

In a statement, UUA President Susan Frederick Gray promises we "will continue to fight for abortion access."

Meeting Pandemic-Era Trauma with Choices and Radical Hospitality

illustration of different colored hands creating a circle

Heather Beasley Doyle

Important for people to β€˜feel a sense of agency, empowerment, and choice.’

Change From the Inside Out

Multicolor stylized illustration of many androgynous heads in profile

Elaine McArdle

Unitarian Universalist programs seek not only social justice in the wider society, but cultural transformation within.

β€˜Meet the Moment’ Virtually or In Person at General Assembly 2022

UUA General Assembly logo with a red chalice and purple silhouettes of a diverse group of people

Sonja L. Cohen

The annual meeting will be multiplatform and now features a business-only attendee option.

Engage with the Article II Study Commission

Photo of a group of people sitting in a circle having a conversation.

Article II Study Commission Charge

Join us in this important work to shape the future of our faith.

Q&A: Public Theologian JΓ© Exodus Hooper

Image of a person wearing a red leather jacket and red hat cocked sideways. They have long dreads and are reaching toward the camera. JΓ© Exodus Hooper (they/them) a non-binary preacher who is clergy at First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis

Elaine McArdle

On our theology’s leading edgeΒ (+video)

Annaliese Cothron, a Trans-Power Mom

24 April 2022 at 09:30
Protest in Texas for anti Trans Kids legislation

The rights of the transgender community and trans children are under attack, with a record number of anti-trans bills proposed in state legislatures across the country. Watch the testimony of the mother of a trans child fighting for the rights of trans families.

Sowing Justice: UU the Vote Rises Again

21 April 2022 at 10:00
UU leaders march in a Count Every Vote demonstration.

Jeff Milchen

As threats to democracy grow, we’re determined to make 2022 the year love and justice regain the upper hand.

UUA Launches UU the Vote for 2022 Elections

15 April 2022 at 09:00
casting a vote with an American flag in the background

Nonpartisan Civic Engagement Initiative Will Focus on Strengthening Democracy, Organizing for Justice and Accountability

UUA President Application Process is open

4 April 2022 at 08:00
The Presidential Search Commitee process

Elaine McArdle

Association’s next chief executive and spiritual leader to be elected at General Assembly 2023

Supporting Those Impacted by the Crisis in Ukraine

10 March 2022 at 12:25
Ukraine flag

In response to the outpouring of concern, the UUA shares the most up-to-date information on how UUs in this country and around the world are responding and amplify the ways that we can all help.

UU Nations: Ukrainians Need More Than Our Prayers

10 March 2022 at 12:00
Grayscale photo of people standing outside the United nations building listening to a speaker during an interfaith prayer service for Ukraine, March 2022

Bruce Knotts

Resources and compassion are needed to expand our care not just to those in Ukraine but in other parts of the world.

Government Targeting Transgender Youth in Texas

4 March 2022 at 12:00
photo of a young person running along a street holding a transgender pride flag behind them. They are looking back at the camera and smiling.

Adriel Wilson

Now more than ever it is important for UUs to live their values by supporting the trans community.

Azuucar! Stop the Burn Campaign in Florida

3 March 2022 at 12:00
Sugar cane field burning, Australia, 2010

Jim Smith

Florida'sΒ Agricultural Department routinely grants burning permits when the wind blows toward the poor but does not allow burning when the wind blows toward the affluent communities.

Sowing Justice: Justice Jackson Nomination Deserves Celebration

3 March 2022 at 12:00
Official portrait of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Jeff Milchen

We often miss how far we’ve progressed unless we stop to look back and count our blessings.

Ohio Rally Demands Urgent Action on Immigration

2 March 2022 at 18:00
Protesters holding sign: "Enough is enough! It is time! Immigration reform now" at a Moral Monday rally in Raleigh NC, February 2014

Dayton gathering callsΒ for Biden Administration to shut down detention centers, end deportations, and release all people in immigration detention.

UU Nations: Why Was Russia Allowed to Veto the UN Resolution on Ukraine?

1 March 2022 at 12:30
UN Security Council Votes on Draft Resolution on Ukraine, 2/25/2022

Bruce Knotts

If Russia abstainedβ€”as Article 27 of the UN Charter requiresβ€”the resolution would have passed.

UUA: Texas Governor is Weaponizing Right of Care for Trans Families

26 February 2022 at 12:55
twitter timeline governor Albott

Implementing unsafe standards in communities is harmful to trans and non-binary youth and encourages prejudice and violence.

UU Nations: Ukraine and Our Commitment to Peace

23 February 2022 at 13:00
Stock photo of the Ukrainian Flag blowing in the wind over the city of Kharkov.

Bruce Knotts

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine reminds us that peace, justice, and human rights are linked and interdependent.

Sowing Justice: β€˜Voter Fraud’ Conspiracists Reveal Their Hypocrisy

17 February 2022 at 12:00
Stock image depicting a hand moving through a maze to get to a ballot box, symbolizing voting challenges, election problems, and voter suppression.

Jeff Milchen

An effective tool exists to minimize the chance of illegitimate votesβ€”those who fail to embrace it show professed concerns about voter fraud are false.

UU Nations: Reprisals Against Human Rights Defenders at the UN

15 February 2022 at 12:00
Photo of protesters behind jail bars holding yellow signs with black bars with white text #freerightsdefenders

Bruce Knotts

Human rights defendersβ€”especially women and LGBTQ+ peopleβ€”can suffer harsh consequences in their home countries for working with the United Nations.

Sowing Justice: Slam the Brakes on Plan for USPS Fleet of Gas-Guzzlers

10 February 2022 at 10:20
US postal truck driving quickly

Jeff Milchen

Our personal transportation choices matter, but significant emission reductions must also involve large-scale institutional change.

Defund Fear: How Can We Make Each Other Safer?

11 February 2022 at 08:00
 book titled "Defund Fear" by Zach Norris is held in the hands of someone whose hands are light brown; only their torso is showing.

Susan Lawrence

Zach Norris, the author of this year's UU common read, challenges our notions of safety, promoting a culture of care.

UU Nations: Authoritarianism on the Rise Again

8 February 2022 at 12:00
Stock photo of a burning book engulfed in brilliant flames

Bruce Knotts

We see a historical pattern that puts everyone in the world in danger. To obtain a safe and dignified life, we need to foster trust, mutual support, and reliance on science.

Fighting Supremacy in the Global Arena

8 February 2022 at 08:00
Bruce Knotts, executive director of UU-UNO

Roger Santodomingo, Bruce Knotts

An interview with Bruce Knotts, director of the Unitarian Universalist Office at the United Nations and new UU World columnist.

Sowing Justice: Let’s Purge Hate from Immigration Debate

4 February 2022 at 10:30
Banner hanging from a tree that says "Hate has no home here".

Jeff Milchen

Reasonable people disagree on appropriate levels of immigration, but to have substantive debate, we must refute racist scapegoating and tactics of dehumanization.Β 

Honoring Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh

31 January 2022 at 11:00
Thich Nhat Hanh listening deeply to his students in Hong Kong, 2013.

Marianne Schnall

We humans have lost the wisdom of genuinely resting. In an interview with Marianne Schnall the master explained how meditation can help us.

Sowing Justice: Why Corporations Love the Filibuster

27 January 2022 at 12:00
photo illustration of one arrow pointing right with "democracy" written on it and a larger arrow pointing left with "corporate political spending" written on it.

Jeff Milchen

While many corporations offer feel-good commercials promoting multiculturalism and equality, their political arms (like the Chamber of Commerce) and political investments perpetuate the dominance of wealth over our elections and the public interest.

Sowing Justice: A Wake-up Call for Reproductive Justice Advocates

21 January 2022 at 12:00
L to R: Maggie Clayton, The Rev. Dr. Linda Olson Peebles, Elizabeth Fogarty at a Reproductive Justice Rally.

Jeff Milchen

Because opposition to reproductive rights is so often presented as religious, UUs have a special opportunity to present faith-based arguments for reproductive justice.

Sowing Justice: The Finishing Sprint in a Race to Protect Our Votes

14 January 2022 at 12:10
Voting rights march, August 28, 2021, Washington, D.C.

Jeff Milchen

Voting rights bills being brought to a vote in the Senate.

Sowing Justice

14 January 2022 at 12:00
Jeff Milchen kayaking on the Middle Fork Salmon River in Idaho

Roger Santodomingo, Jeff Milchen

This week, we introduce Jeff Milchen: kayaker, democracy activist, and new UU World columnist.

The Riot Concluded, the Threats to Democracy Grow

6 January 2022 at 12:00
Stock photo of United States Capitol Building east facade - Washington DC United States

Statement by the Unitarian Universalist Association on the anniversary of the January 6, 2021, insurrection at the United States Capitol

Exhaling in Community

20 December 2021 at 09:00
illustration of two people facing each other. Background is red, their bodies are silhouetted except for face masks.

Christine Slocum

The safety I once perceived was because I did not have the complete perspective.

β€œDemocracy cannot wait.”

17 December 2021 at 15:30
The Rev. David Carl Olson, the Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, the Rev. Abhi Janamanchi, and UUA partnerships and coalitions manager Susan Leslie and others at the Moral March in Washington DC in December 2021

Staff Writer

VIDEO |Β Over 120 Unitarian Universalists participate in Poor People’s Campaign Moral March

A Theology of Darkness

13 December 2021 at 09:00
Stock photo of a figure silhouetted against a galaxy night sky.

Kristen L. Harper

We need a new theology of darknessβ€”a new way to relate to the darkness, blackness, and brownness that surrounds us.

Practicing Gratitude This Holiday Season: A Message from UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray

23 November 2021 at 15:30
UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray, a smiling white woman with straight dark hair cut just above her shoulders, seated in front of a quilt and sideboard with a flowers and chalices.

Susan Frederick-Gray

However you celebrate, holidays and rituals are an invitation for reflection. They remind us of our past, and they also invite us to be attentive to the present moment.

Following Indigenous Leadership, UUs Join Major Climate Action in D.C.

3 November 2021 at 11:00
Photo of a group of  UU clergy and congregational leaders holding banners participating in the multifaith delegation at the White House, 2021.

Elaine McArdle

People v. Fossil Fuels Demands Biden Stop New Projects

I Am Called to Show Up for Climate Justice

3 November 2021 at 11:00
Selfie of ZoΓ« Johnston in Washington, D.C., with the Capitol building in the background, October 15, 2021, to join in protest and arrest to demand climate action.

I am a college student, but more urgently, I am a young Unitarian Universalist working to save my future.

Congregations adapt to evolving COVID guidance

13 September 2021 at 16:00
Members of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, Virginia, participate in a Flower Communion in the congregation's memorial garden in May 2021.

Kat McKim

As the Delta variant complicates plans for a return to in-person worship, congregations continue to explore a variety of models for being in community.

An Ingathering Greeting from UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray

2 September 2021 at 12:00
Screen Shot of Susan Frederick-Gray giving an Ingathering greeting Fall 2021.

Susan Frederick-Gray

There is great healing and sustaining power in our faith, even if the ways we gather look different than before.Β Β Β