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  • By UUA Stewardship and Development Staff Group
    By making a gift to Friends of the UUA, you are demonstrating your commitment to our values and our efforts to grow and support our community of congregations.
  • By UUA Stewardship and Development: Annual Program Fund Office, Justin S Osterman
    Stewardship Sermon Award 2018 Winner Selected! ...
  • Patricia McKissack, April Harrison
    A poignant and uplifting celebration of the joy of giving
  • Fiscal Year 2020 Dates and Deadlines for the Annual Program Fund
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  • The taking of an offering—which some Unitarian Universalist congregations call "Sharing in Stewardship"—is a time to lift up the collective responsibility toward the common good. ...
  • As a Faithful Sustainer, you provide vital resources that the UUA can continue to count on month after month that will help our movement thrive for years to come. Set up a monthly recurring gift to Friends of the UUA and become a Faithful Sustainer today. ...
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  • By UUA Stewardship and Development: Annual Program Fund Office
    Please join us in congratulating the Rev. Dr. Daniel C. Kanter for his winning sermon, "Tomatoes for the Future".

A Religion for Our Time: A Video Series

  • This video from the "A Religion for Our Time" series shows how the First Unitarian Church in Rochester, New York has developed an amazing...

Blue Boat: Youth and Young Adult Blog

Stories and Voices

Future of Faith

  • By Bart Frost
    One of the best things about church is that it is an intentional community where you can live your values. In a world where almost everything is based on a transactional "fee-for-service" system, church is one place where things operate differently. A church shares its services with you joyfully,...

Events and Opportunities

Braver/Wiser: A Weekly Message of Courage and Compassion

  • By Karen G. Johnston
    With a single generous gesture from my older child, her sister's belief in Santa stayed intact that year.
  • By Rayla D. Mattson
    A white woman pulled over and ran over to me with a shopping bag. She noticed that I never have on a coat and I often stand in the rain. She didn’t know if the things would fit, but the receipt was in the bag. She smiled and drove away. As I looked down at the bag, I had very mixed emotions.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    To offer hospitality, we first have to identify ourselves — sometimes in inconvenient or uncomfortable ways — as helpers; as willing to offer kindness or connection to someone we might disagree with.
  • By Teresa Honey Youngblood
    Light We Seek, wherever I am on the journey toward wholeness for all of us—that is, toward racial equality—help me to forgive myself and others for missteps and missed opportunities, and guide my efforts to build up the relationships where love, justice, and understanding grow.

inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop

Skinner House Books

Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

Hindsight, Humor, and Hope


  • From Christian scripture, John 6:1-19, New Revised Standard Version (Nashville, Tennessee: Thomas Nelson, Inc., 1990). A large crowd kept...
  • A Celtic pagan story from Ireland, told by Erica Helm Meade in her book of wisdom tales, The Moon in the Well (Peru, Illinois: Open Court/...

Windows and Mirrors

Moral Tales

  • Adapted from Hebrew scripture (Leviticus 19:18) and Christian scripture (Luke 10:25-37). Preparation To make this story participatory: Open...

Virtue Ethics

  • What is the value of a gift given? Is it just the dollar amount on the price tag or are some gifts worth much more? Let me tell you about a...
  • A wisdom tale from Japan. On the top of the hill lived the village curmudgeon. No one knew why the farmer was so ornery, yet he never...
  • A wisdom tale from many cultures, including Buddhist. A wise woman, a teacher, was passing through a forest. There, among the leaves, was...
  • Hannah Salwen looked left. She saw a man who was homeless, sitting on a fence. She looked right, at the Mercedes beside them at the...

Sing to the Power

Chalice Children

Signs of Our Faith

  • Based on "A Calabash of Poi," originally published in In the Path of the Trade Winds by Coral Wells Thorpe (New York/London: G.P. Putnam's...
  • By Sophia Lyon Fahs
    Jesus had not been speaking long—at least so it had seemed with all who were there, yet the day was now almost wholly spent. As the...

World of Wonder

  • By Janeen K Grohsmeyer
    Holding up an apple (or other fruit) as you begin telling this story provides a focus. If no one responds to your questions, or if the...

Creating Home

What Moves Us

What We Choose