Unitarian Universalist Association
In a joint letter, UUA President Rev. Peter Morales and UUSC President and CEO Hon. Thomas Andrews invite you to sign the Declaration of Conscience, committing to put Unitarian Universalist values into action to resist hate, fear and bigotry.
The Holy Work of Showing Up
How is it with your soul? If your response to that question is anything like mine, I want to invite you to pause as you read this. Take a deep breath, say a prayer, sing a song, light your chalice, feel the force of gravity pulling us all toward the same center—whatever helps you feel more rooted and less alone.
Join us at General Assembly
General Assembly is the annual gathering of our faith movement. This year, attendees will worship, witness, learn, and make policy in one of the most culturally-rich cities in the country: New Orleans, LA. Join us; registration opens March 1st!
Youth Explore UU Idenity
"Love and Help" is a completely updated workbook that helps 7- to 11-year-olds who want to learn more about what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist. With stories, activities, and thoughtful questions, children can better understand themselves, their family, and their faith.
What Will You Do? - Reflection
There is only one answer, one resolution to be given in this year with so many dimensions, privileges, injustices, betrayals, failures, and fears.
“I will be courageous. I will love deeply. I will resist. I will remember,” I whisper. - From Braver/Wiser's weekly inspiraton.
UUA Responds to President Trump's Executive Actions
President Trump has signed a number of executive orders and memoranda that run counter to the values of Unitarian Universalism. The UUA is a religious voice against policies of oppression and bigotry. Read what the UUA has said on recent policy shifts.