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Beacon Press

Braver/Wiser: A Weekly Message of Courage and Compassion

  • By Rayla D. Mattson
    My heart broke the day my son stood in the bathroom crying. He handed me a pair of scissors and told me to just cut it . I told him how beautiful his hair was and how sad I would be to see him cut it.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    "How complicated it is to break silence: to open all of the secrets in all of our broken hearts. But silence does break; truth seeks the light. We're unraveling silence because we have determined that our power with one another is greater than the power someone once had over us."

inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop

Skinner House Books

Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

Chalice Children

What Moves Us

Building the World We Dream About for Young Adults

Virtue Ethics

  • A retelling of stories from the Ramayana, an ancient Hindu text. Perfect daughter, perfect wife, perfect mother. This is the way Hindus...

Love Will Guide Us

Building Bridges

Uplift: Uplifting LGBTQ+ Experience Within and Beyond Unitarian Universalism

  • By Jade Sylvan
    As we gather in the darkness and the light let us give thanks and witness to our chosen families who we have traveled a lifetime to find.

UU World

  • By Jami A. Yandle
    Visual meditations.
    Image credit: Photograph entitled First UU Congregation of Ann Arbor, Michigan (December 2018). A room with chairs and sunlight streaming in.
  • By TRUUsT
    Members of TRUUsT, an organization of transgender and nonbinary UU religious professionals, share their stories.
    Image credit: Collage of selfies of 12 trans UU professionals: Sarah Weaver, Sam Allen, Juniper Stinnett, B. Herbert, Theresa I. Soto, Chris Rothbauer, Andrée Mol, Leela Sinha, jo mosher, Mykal Slack, CB Beal, Sean Parker Dennison
  • By Sarah Weaver
    ‘I thought I had to be what other people wanted me to be, but it didn’t work.’
    Image credit: Selfies of trans UU professionals Sarah Weaver, Chelsea Surfus, Katherine Childs, and jo mosher.
  • By Gwen­dolyn Howard
    ‘You said it was for the best if my soul remained hidden. . . . I believed you for a time.’
  • By Theresa I. Soto
    Unitarian Universalism has not always made space for the work of trans ministers, but the work of trans ministers has been precious and irreplaceable just the same.
    Image credit: The Rev. Dr. Gwen­dolyn Howard
  • By Sam Allen
    Thanks to my trans siblings, trans and cisgender UUs are talking about the harm caused by a recent article.
    Image credit: Selfies of trans UU professionals Sam Allen, Tesni Taylor, Steven Leigh Williams, Marcus Fogliano, Theresa I. Soto, Andrée Mol, and Chris Rothbauer
  • By Alex Kapitan
    At the core of Unitarian Universalism is the idea that my truth and your truth can both be true, even if they contradict each other.
    Image credit: Selfies of trans UU professionals, including Mykal Slack, CB Beal, Alex Kapitan, Elizabeth Mount, and Leela Sinha
  • By Sean Parker Dennison
    There is no excuse for refusing to learn, when there are teachers all around us.
    Image credit: Selfies of trans UU professionals, featuring Sean Parker Dennison, Juniper Stennett, B. Herbert, KC Slack
  • By Theresa I. Soto
    no one can rename you Other, it can’t stick, as you offer the gift of being and saying who you are.
    Image credit: Two transmasculine people sitting together and having a serious conversation
  • By Christopher L. Walton
    Acknowledging that we have fallen short, UU World is committed to sharing in appropriate and respectful ways the inspiring and powerful stories of trans and gender nonbinary people within our faith community.
    Image credit: The “Progress Pride Flag” by Daniel Quasar adds new stripes to acknowledge the push for full inclusion by transgender people (with the white, pink, and light blue stripes) and people of color (with brown and black stripes).
  • By TRUUsT
    The time is now for Unitarian Universalists everywhere to celebrate gender diversity, honor the spiritual gifts of trans leaders, fight for justice and liberation for trans people, and welcome people of all or no genders as full participants in spiritual community.
    Image credit: Members of the UU Congregation of the South Jersey Shore in Galloway, New Jersey, celebrate unanimously calling the Rev. Dawn Fortune as the congregation’s first settled minister in May 2017.
  • By Shelby Meyerhoff
    I use the tools of body paint and photography to represent myself in a way that aligns with my own aesthetic and intellectual interests.
    Image credit: Zoomorphic #5: photograph of a woman with her face, neck, and shoulders painted with black lines and blues and greens.
  • By Marchaé Grair
    Only speaking out when one has skin in the game isn’t activism; it’s just self-preservation.
    Image credit: Black women protest the racism of the Trump administration on September 30, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
  • By Kenny Wiley
    Delegates vote to change ‘woman and men’ to ‘people’ in Second Source; GA will vote again on amendment in 2018.
    Image credit: © Nancy Pierce
  • By Christopher L. Walton
    Morales: ‘This is a significant step in the direction of greater inclusion for the BSA.’
  • By Michael Hart
    Unitarian Universalist fellowship mobilizes to help before Trump administration rolls back rights.
    Image credit: Courtesy Hayden Nevill
  • By Jen Shattuck
    When we invite children to tell the truth about themselves, when we meet them with compassion and acceptance, we become a sanctuary.
    Image credit: © Jen Shattuck
  • By Kenneth Sutton
    UUA President Peter Morales invites others to join him in signing an open letter to United Methodists.
    Image credit: © torbakhopper (CC BY-ND 2.0)
  • By Sunshine Jeremiah Wolfe, Kenneth Sutton
    Spiritual and educational resources for Transgender Day of Remembrance.
  • By Doug Muder
    When a man fully grasps the continuum of aggression, it’s hard to claim that he’s never played any role in perpetuating it.
    Image credit: Robert Neubecker

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