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Weekly Inspiration

Wanting to Break Free

I wanted so badly to break free and let loose—but I just couldn't. I was stuck in my own false ideas of the congregation's expectations of me. Luckily, there’s still time.


The Heroic Life and Tragic Murder of Rev. James Reeb

Think you know the story of Rev. James Reeb, murdered on the streets of Selma, Alabama, answering the call of Martin Luther King to clergy in support of civil rights? We've got more information, and thoughtful questions to deepen awareness and situate Reeb's sacrifice in the context of Unitarian Universalism.


Close the Homestead Child Detention Center!

The Homestead Child Detention Center in Florida is the country’s only for-profit child detention center. Putting children into prison camps is monstrous. This follows a pattern of further criminalizing Black and Brown bodies across the United States and our silence means complicity. We must resist. Join us to #ShutDownHomestead, a campaign started by community groups in the Homestead area and supported by the UUA, UUSC: Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Love Resists, Side with Love and other faith partners.

Create Climate Justice with Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray

Create Climate Justice with Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray

Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, President of the UUA, delivers a compelling message about what Unitarian Universalists are doing to create climate justice. The UUA and UU's advocate for climate justice following the leadership of most impacted communities doing frontline climate justice work. Create Climate Justice is a community organizing hub for UU Climate Activists. Create Climate Justice Net was created to give UU climate and environmental justice activists and coalition partners a valuable tool for education, collaboration, and organizing. It is a joint initiative of the Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth, Unitarian Universalist Association Green Sanctuary Program, and UU-United Nations Office. 

UU World Magazine

Nothing we do will be perfect

To work for justice, religious liberals should let perfectionism go.

UUA News

UUA Applauds SCOTUS Decision to Bar Citizenship Question on Census

Unitarian Universalists know that fear and hate are no way to govern in a democracy. We are relieved that the nation's highest court appears to uphold this principle as well.

Leadership Resources

Introducing LeaderLab: The UUA's Online Learning Center

Watch a webinar, train new board members, take an online course, or use the searchable database to find the resource you need.

Featured Book

Spilling the Light Meditations on Hope and Resilience

At once deeply compassionate and spiritually empowering, this volume of the inSpirit Series by Rev. Theresa I. Soto tends to our souls and emboldens us to become our truest selves.