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  • Justice Sunday is an annual program organized by the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) that connects participants with people on the frontlines of today's human rights movement. It offers meaningful advocacy actions for people of all ages. ...

Blue Boat: Youth and Young Adult Blog

  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    Kaitlin Dey, Thrive Young Adult alumni 2016 and 2017, shared this reflection at her congregation last Sunday. I spent the last 10 days in...
  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    Great resources to better support Unitarian Universalist (UU) youth and young adults of color ...
  • By Kenny Wiley
    We re-post Kenny Wiley's account of attending the recently concluded Unitarian Universalist Association 2015 Multicultural Leadership...
  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    This Monday in Boston it's raining , but I have freshly picked strawberries at my desk. Despite all the brokenness, there is much beauty...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    WEBINAR - Ministering to Youth and Young Adults of Color 1: Faith Formation and Spiritual Renewal Rev. Elizabeth Nguyen , the Leadership...
  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    Multicultural Leadership School , is an annual gathering of soul-renewal and leadership development for UU youth and young adults of color...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    5 + 1 = Full Strength YaYA An Introduction, On Hope & Happy New Year! I'm excited to joining you all as the Leadership Development...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Resources for Youth and Young Adults of Color The Reverend Dr. Monica L. Cummings offers a comprehensive library of video resources on...

WorshipWeb: Searchable Worship Collection

  • By D. Scott Cooper
    We bow our heads in order to imagine not one path, but many. We imagine a path forward for those who cannot imagine any path forward,...
  • By Melanie Davis
    If ever there were a time for a candle in the darkness, this would be it. Using a spark of hope, kindle the flame of love, ignite the light...
  • By Julia Corbett-Hemeyer
    In the face of hate, We answer the call of love. In the face of exclusion, We answer the call of inclusion. In the face of homophobia, We...
  • By Michael Tino
    The flaming chalice was first used by the Unitarian Service Committee as a symbol of life-saving refuge for people fleeing persecution in...
  • 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 Darcy Roake
    There is too much hardship in this world to not find joy, every day There is too much injustice in this world to not right the balance,...
  • By Debra Smith
    We are hungry We are eating our daily bread and bowing our heads and yet we are hungry We are thanking the farmer and the farm worker and...
  • By Jan Taddeo
    Beloved Children of the Oneness of many names, you who cover the land in numbers greater than the stars, I petition you, I pray to you,...
  • 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 Martha Dallas
    Who here knows from experience that life is not fair? [Show of hands.] We know this, don’t we? Life is just not fair. And I really don’t think it ever has been. But what can we do? We generally just shrug and accept it: it’s not fair. ...
  • By Martha Dallas
    Have you ever wondered how it came to be that churches are known as places where you can get a helping hand when you need one? It seems to...
  • By Martha Dallas
    Today, the congregation will be singing hymns from our hymnals which are particularly precious to us as Unitarian Universalists. But today...
  • By Tracy Bleakney
    This chalice burns with twin flames. The first flame burns for those who seek and defend the right to a free and responsible search for...
  • By Gail Forsyth-Vail
    This story was created collaboratively by several religious educators. As you prepare to share it, read the 1966 Ware Lecture "Don't Sleep...
  • By Christian Schmidt
    A tale of salvation, ecology, and sharing. Characters Narrator Noelle Voice in a dream Noelle’s sisters Jane, Rain, and Elaine Friendly...
  • By Anonymous
    About The Author: The author self-identifies as Afircan American and psychology professional. Frequently I am asked, ‘Why should the UUA [...
  • By Jessica Vazquez Torres
    A Prayer for Immigrants
  • By Duane H. Fickeisen
    What you choose to eat is important to both parts of how you live out the mission of our congregation—transforming your life and caring for...
  • By Martin Luther King, Jr.
    The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy. Instead of diminishing...
  • By Martin Luther King, Jr.
    We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied to a single garment of destiny. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice...