Unitarian Universalists are committed to manifesting Beloved Community by striving to have our congregations include people of all ages, physical abilities, races, financial circumstances, sexual orientations, national origins, educational backgrounds, and spiritual understandings.
Multiculturalism in Worship
- Sing and Shine On: an innovative guide to leading multicultural song by Nick Page
- A Perspective on Music and Cultural Misappropriation by the Reverend Jason Shelton.
- Considerations for Cultural Borrowing
- Reckless Borrowing or Appropriate Cultural Sharing?
Meadville Lombard Theological School's Sankofa Archive includes a collection of multicultual readings and sermons: pieces written by Unitarian Universalist ministers of color and Hispanic descent, and pieces with a theme of racial/ethnic inclusion and justice.
- Resources, curricula, trainings, and tools offered and supported by the Multicultural Growth & Witness staff group. We hope you will engage with these materials, spread the word, and share your stories of transformation—we'd love to hear from you!
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