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Top Stories from the UUA

  • Community Means Strength
    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.  (Fri, Aug 21, 2015)
  • Worship Outdoors
    Gail Forsyth-Vail, UUA Director of Adult Programs, shares the joy of outdoor family worship during summer months.   (Tue, Aug 18, 2015)
  • One Year Later: Commemorating the Death of Michael Brown
    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.  (Mon, Aug 17, 2015)
  • UUs Help Delay Shell Oil Drilling
    #ShellNo protesters in Portland, Oregon, included Unitarian Universalists among the "danglers" and support "anchors." Read the full story in UU World.  (Fri, Aug 14, 2015)
  • Five ways to support Black Lives Matter
    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.  (Tue, Aug 11, 2015)
  • Just Mercy is 2015-16 UUA Common Read
    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.  (Thu, Jul 30, 2015)
  • Boy Scouts Policy Change: Statement by UUA President
    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."  (Thu, Jul 23, 2015)
  • Chattanooga: UUA President Condemns Tragic Shooting
    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."  (Fri, Jul 17, 2015)
  • North Carolina is Our Selma: Mass Moral March for Voting Rights
    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.”   (Wed, Jul 15, 2015)
  • Makerspace for Kids
    Learn by doing! "Maker Culture" has been growing for adults, but it's perfect for kids too. Get hands on, experience the world, and practice putting beliefs into action.    (Tue, Jul 14, 2015)