Main Content

Hiroshima Day

Displaying 1 - 8 of 8. This list includes every page on UUA.org tagged with "Hiroshima Day" or one of its subcategories. This page will reload after each filter selection to update the results and the remaining selections.

International Programs of the UUA: Unitarians, Universalists, and Unitarian Universalists (U/U) around the world are connected through a story of bold, compassionate faith that we’ve been creating together for centuries. Struggling for human rights alongside those that demand it, influencing governmental policy in the name of justice, passionately promoting a message of interfaith peace and solidarity, and building faithful worshipping communities—each of us has a part, and a stake, in the story we share.

  • Wednesday, August 7, 2019
    (Public Event)
    Find resources to honor the yearly anniversary of Hiroshima Day, commemorating the date in 1945 when the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima, Japan during the Second World War. Hiroshima Day Resources

Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

A Chorus of Faiths, High School Youth

  • By Hannah McConnaughay, Renee Ruchotzke
    The Chorus of Faiths program helps develop Unitarian Universalist youth as interfaith leaders. Youth explore values of service to our community and religious pluralism through stories from our Sources and personal storytelling, and coordinate an interfaith service.

UUA International: International Programs of the UUA

  • By Chris Antal
    On the morning of August 6, seventy years after the U.S. dropped the atomic bomb, I was in Hiroshima. I entered sacred time and space in a...
  • By Nicole McConvery
    That fateful summer, 8:15. The roar of a B-29 breaks the morning calm. A parachute opens in the blue sky. Then suddenly, a flash, an...

WorshipWeb: Searchable Worship Collection

  • By Audette Fulbright Fulson
    The days that come and carry away your spirit, your spark — bow down. Lay your head on the hard earth and let your brokenness join the...
  • By Alice Anacheka-Nasemann
    In a world so filled with brokenness and sorrow It would be easy to lose ourselves in never ending grief, To be choked by our outrage To be...
  • By Jessica Purple Rodela
    My prayer today is that I learn to stay a war atheist— my prayer today for each of us, for everyone in this nation, in this world, is that...
  • By William G Sinkford
    Like most traumatic scars, the ones that are found in Hiroshima and Nagasaki are permanent: reminders of the terrible damage human beings...