Celebrating Justice Sunday
Justice Sunday is an annual program organized by the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) that connects participants with people on the frontlines of today's human-rights movement. It offers meaningful advocacy actions for people of all ages.
On Justice Sunday—occurring each spring—Unitarian Universalist congregations come together to take action on one pressing human rights issue.
In 2015, UUSC recommends March 22 (World Water Day) to launch your Climate Justice Sunday program. We hope that groups will use our action, education, and worship resources to deepen their understanding and advocacy on water accessibility and affordability over several weeks and conclude around April 22 (Earth Day).
Visit the UUSC website for Justice Sunday planning materials.
Unitarian Universalist Perspectives
Words for Worship Services
- Chalice Lighting for a Service on the Separation of Church and State
- A Prayer for Immigrants
- A Network of Mutuality
- Extremists of Justice
- Why Diversity?
- Churches are Helpers
- Singing for Freedom
- The First and the Last
- Eating to Transform Lives and Care for the World
- Noelle and the Really Big Boat
- Wake Up to Injustice