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First Parish Beford Ministers Play Drums

Wise Words from Ministry

Each year, General Assembly offers an opportunity to pause, reflect, and celebrate our diverse members of clergy. To honor the complexity of Unitarian Universalist ministry, we asked this year’s retiring ministers to share some of the wisdom they’ve earned or give advice to those ministers at the beginning of their careers of service. We can all benefit from their words.

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Standing on the Side of Love heart logo

Black Lives Matter to Unitarian Universalists.

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Emerging Ministries

Across the country, Unitarian Universalists are imagining new ways to live their values, create faithful community and change the world for the better. Hear their stories of emerging ministries and learn how you can start an emerging ministry of your own.

Walking the Crooked Path

A wooden path winds its way through a green forest.

Posted in: WorshipWeb

Walking the Crooked Path

Rev. Thomas Rhodes: Holy Spirit of Life and Love, you who are our source and our ultimate destiny, lead us this day on a crooked path.

Transgender 101

A person participating in a transgender solidarity rally holding the transgender pride flag.

Transgender 101

Unitarian Universalists support the dignity and rights of people all across the spectrum of gender. 

UUA Statement on SCOTUS Immigration Ruling

Peter Morales

Posted in: Immigration

UUA Statement on SCOTUS Immigration Ruling

The Rev. Peter Morales, president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), issued this statement on today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in United States v. Texas:

“I am profoundly disappointed in the U.S. Supreme Court’s 4-4 decision in United States v. Texas upholding a lower court decision that struck down President Obama’s executive actions on immigration that expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and created Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA). My thoughts are with the millions of immigrant families whose lives are made harsher by this outcome."

Defying the Nazis

Rev. Waitstill and Martha Sharp

Posted in: Social Justice

Defying the Nazis

Artemis Joukowsky, grandson of Waitstill and Martha Sharp, shares how he first learned of his grandparents’ courageous work during WWII. "They simply believed that good people need to stand up for what is good in the world." 

UU World Reports from General Assembly in Columbus

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Posted in: General Assembly

UU World Reports from General Assembly in Columbus

Reporters from the UUA’s magazine, UU World, will provide timely reports on activities at General Assembly on their website. Follow hashtag ‪#‎UUAGA‬ on Twitter to keep up with all the action from the UUA, UU World, and GA participants onsite and online.

Third candidate enters UUA presidential race

Jeanne Pupke

Posted in: UUA Elections

Third candidate enters UUA presidential race

The Rev. Jeanne Pupke enters the 2017 presidential race by petition, joining the Rev. Alison Miller and the Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray as candidates. Read more in UU World.