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A crowd of Unitarian Universalists walks in a candlelight vigil honoring the life of Freddie Gray.

Recommitment to Racial Justice

The city of Baltimore recently saw violent clashes between communities of color and local police forces. Unitarian Universalists (UU) joined the community seeking stability and justice following the death of Freddie Gray by taking part in peaceful protests and vigils in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Read the Full Story

At the Unitarian Universalist Association, we are excited to share some of the ways our spiritual home reflects our values specifically as they relate to accessibility and sustainability. Watch this video that takes a deeper look at just some of the important enhancements made to help fully realize that vision. 

A two lane highway rises on to a steep bridge.

Crossing Bridges

Rev. Jan Taddeo: "Unitarian Universalists step out into the unknown all the time."

Reentry Transition Center (RTC) Navigator Alverda McCoy meets with a client.

Posted in: General Assembly

GA 2015 Helps Formerly Incarcerated

The local service project at the UUA's 2015 General Assembly is with Portland, Oregon's Reentry Transition Center (RTC), helping formerly incarcerated people transition back into the community. 

Miles of Dream

Posted in: Skinner House Books

Miles of Dream: Meditations

In a new collection of meditations, Vanessa Southern ponders life passages, ways of looking at the world, and the many possibilities for building a life of meaning. Part of the InSpirit series, previously known as the Meditation Manual series.

Design of planned lobby space with seats tables and people sitting for Cambridge church youth homeless shelter.

Posted in: What We Do

Cambridge Church Will Host Shelter for Homeless Youth

By Rev. Christian Schmidt

For First Parish in Cambridge, a move to hosting a shelter for homeless youth and young adults wasn’t just a nice thing to do, it was a chance to fulfill its mission.

Young adults at Fourth Universalist Church in New York City.

Spotlight: Young Adults at 4U

At at Fourth Universalist in Manhattan, young adults animate church life with deep connection, mutual support, community activism and more. This article in the Spotlight series tells their story. 

People take shelter in tents after a devastating earthquake in Nepal.

UUSC-UUA Response to Nepal Earthquake

On April 25, communities in Nepal, India, and Bangladesh suffered a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake. So far, reports reveal that more than 4,000 people have died and thousands more are injured or missing. Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) President Bill Schulz and Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) President Rev. Peter Morales have issued this joint statement in response to this tragedy: