Unitarian Universalist Association
Love in the Complicated Places
By Jo VonRue
Love shows up in complicated conversations.
From the UUA President: Holding Tyre Nichols and Black Communities in Love and Prayer
A statement from UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray in response to the devastating death of Tyre Nichols, a 29 year old Black man beaten to death by police in Memphis, TN.
Join Us for 30 Days of Love from Jan 16 - Feb 14
Each week, from Jan 16 - Feb 14, Side With Love will feature a spiritual theme overlapping with an intersectional justice priority along with an array of offerings to help nourish your spirit and give gratitude and affirmation.
Achieving Reproductive Justice Requires Both Urgency and Patience
By Jeff Milchen
Rev. Rob Keithan hopes we’ll recognize a hard truth: the June Dobbs v Jackson ruling, voiding key elements of Roe v Wade, was not due only to the activism of regressive justices but to fifty years of patient, strategic, and multifaceted organizing work by anti-abortion forces. How will we respond?
From the UUA President: New Proposal for UU Principles and Purpose
UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray shares how the recently-proposed changes to Article II of the UUA Bylaws, which contains the seven UU Principles and Purpose, are part of a longer history of ongoing reflection and change as we live into the fullness of our living tradition.
UUs Commit to Addressing Ableism
A commitment building on the historic partnership with EqUUal Access ensures more resources and staff to address ableism within Unitarian Universalism and to support equity in the engagement of disabled people in society as a whole.