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In the Face of Impunity, the UUA Remains in Unequivocal Solidarity with Black Communities

The Unitarian Universalist Association affirms our solidarity with all of our Black siblings and kin, with communities across the globe who rise up in resistance to state-sanctioned violence against Black people, and with the organizers and protesters in Kentucky who are responding right now.

Black Lives Matter

Susan Frederick Gray

At ingathering this year, UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray invites Unitarian Universalists to take time to pause, to breathe and feel the ways that we are fundamentally linked to each other, even across virtual space. With gratitude for all of the ways that UUs are caring for one another and for the wellbeing of our communities, let's mark this special time together.

Let's Celebrate Ingathering

Parenting with Heartbreak

By Rayla D. Mattson

UU religious educator Rayla Mattson, a Black mother, reflects on parenting during a pandemic, helping her children process racial trauma, and finding hope in these uncertain times.

Parenting with Heartbreak

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.

Learn More About Lay Spiritual Care

No is Not Enough Resisting Trump's Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need

By Naomi Klein

New York Times Bestseller National Book Award Longlist Publishers Weekly Best Books of 2017

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