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Weekly Inspiration

Startled into Noticing

I hope that this Great Silence, which has come alongside the suffering, holds the beginnings of our healing.

Sustenance for Leaders

Fortification: COVID-19 Edition

The newest series of the Fortification podcast centers experiences of resistance and abolitionism in response to the colonization and policing of People of Color and Indigenous communities; Queer and Trans people; and people with disabilities in the Medical Industrial Complex.

A Message From the President

Essential and Virtual: Updated Guidance for Gathering

Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray and the UUA recommend that UU congregations continue to not gather in person in order to support the well-being and safety of congregation members and staff.

UU The Vote: “We Shall be Known” by the “How We Thrive” Virtual Choir

UU The Vote: “We Shall be Known” by the “How We Thrive” Virtual Choir

Unitarian Universalists from across the country joined the UU the Vote "How We Thrive" virtual choir to sing the MaMuse song, “We Shall Be Known.” UU the Vote is a non-partisan faith initiative, in partnership with broader justice movements, to engage our neighbors, educate our communities, mobilize voters, and rally around key ballot initiatives. Join with your UU community to create a future defined by love, justice, and faith.


UU World Magazine

Amid pandemic and Pilgrim anniversary, Wampanoag face new threat

Unitarian Universalist Association calls for urgent action to support Native American tribe that first welcomed its Pilgrim religious ancestors 400 years ago.

Organizing For Change

What's At Stake In These Times

UUA justice campaigns Side With Love and Love Resists collaborated to bring together musicians, activists, and advocates to share their perspectives and wisdom on what's needed for justice-making in this time of pandemic.

Leadership Resources

Train Lay Spiritual Care Providers in Your Congregation

Companioning one another spiritually is one of the most important ministries of a faith community and is often referred to as “Pastoral Care.” This robust training has been created for non-ordained leaders.