Unitarian Universalist Association
Responding to Events at Congregation Beth Israel
We send our love, prayers, and care to all those violated by the events at the Beth Israel synagogue. We grieve for those impacted by the armed individual who threatened the lives of the rabbi, congregants, and community in Colleyville.
UUA Appoints Shige Sakurai as Director of Equity, Belonging and Change
The Director works closely with all UUA leaders to align efforts within the Association to create an anti-oppressive, fully inclusive faith community. Shige succeeds Taquiena Boston in the role, who retired after over two decades of service on UUA staff.
The Riot Concluded, the Threats to Democracy Grow
On the one year anniversary of the failed attempted coup on the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021, the UUA issues a statement outlining the continued and growing threats to our democracy and the need for individuals to take action.
As Unitarian Universalists, we believe that all bodies are sacred. Every person has the right to determine what happens to their own body at all phases of life. One crucial role we can play is in continuing to voice values-based, theologically grounded support for abortion and reproductive justice.