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Open Letter to LGBTQI Clergy and Leadership in the United Methodist Church

On May 9, 111 United Methodist clergy and candidates issued a “love letter” to their denominational leadership on the eve of their General Conference. In loving support of these brave clergy and candidates, UUA President Peter Morales has written an open letter. He encourages all people of faith and conscience to show their solidarity by adding their name.


Read and Sign the Letter

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Black Lives Matter to Unitarian Universalists.

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Emerging Ministries

Across the country, Unitarian Universalists are imagining new ways to live their values, create faithful community and change the world for the better. Hear their stories of emerging ministries and learn how you can start an emerging ministry of your own.

Garden Prayer

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Posted in: WorshipWeb

Garden Prayer

Rev. David Horst: My weed pulling, pruning, and snipping haven’t really improved the garden nor made that much of a difference as far as I know. It’s like prayer: The words I speak don’t really change anything, but I know they change me.

Transgender 101

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Transgender 101

Unitarian Universalists support the dignity and rights of people all across the spectrum of gender. 

UU Author Shares Timely Guidance

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Posted in: Publications

UU Author Shares Timely Guidance

Through a series of personal essays, the Rev. Nathan Walker offers readers a creative way to develop empathetic responses in personal or cultural conflicts. In this heated election season, this book is a must-read for us all.

Defying the Nazis

Rev. Waitstill and Martha Sharp

Posted in: Social Justice

Defying the Nazis

Artemis Joukowsky, grandson of Waitstill and Martha Sharp, shares how he first learned of his grandparents’ courageous work during WWII. "They simply believed that good people need to stand up for what is good in the world." 

Rev. William Sinkford preaches at 2016 Service of the Living Tradition

Bill Sinkford

Posted in: General Assembly

Rev. William Sinkford preaches at 2016 Service of the Living Tradition

The Rev. Dr. William Sinkford will preach the sermon at the Service of the Living Tradition ceremony at General Assembly this year in Columbus, Ohio. The Service is our annual event honoring Unitarian Universalist ministers at many important stages of life and ministry.

UUs Take Action in Flint

UUs helping in Flint, MI

UUs Take Action in Flint

Members of Flint congregation go door to door; Michigan UUs lobby for “human right to water.” Read the full story in UU World.