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This list includes every page or product from UUA.org, UU World magazine, or inSpirit books & gifts that is tagged with Church & State or its children.

  • In Faith on Trial, Mark Caggiano invites religious progressives and moderates to help put social progress and inclusion at the center of the national conversation about religion and the law.

    Book | By Mark J. T. Caggiano | From Skinner House Books
    Tagged as: Church & State, Democracy, Religious & Civil Liberties
  • Unitarian Universalists have a long history of political activism and public witness on a wide variety of social justice issues. Are you or your congregation interested in becoming more politically active? Do you have questions on what is and isn’t allowed especially as it relates to your...

    Press Release | By Unitarian Universalist Association | June 6, 2018 | From Home Page Story
    Tagged as: Church & State, Congregational Action, Social Justice
  • Unitarian Universalists have a long history of political activism and public witness on a wide variety of social justice issues. Are you or your congregation interested in becoming more politically active? Do you have questions on what is and isn’t allowed especially as it relates to your...

    By Rachel Walden | January 11, 2017 | From UU Voices
    Tagged as: 5th Principle (Conscience & Democracy), Activism, Church & State, Democracy, Politics, Congregational Action, Social Justice
  • BECAUSE Unitarian Universalist Principles affirm the goal of a just community, representing unity in our multiracial world; WHEREAS the hearings of Rep. Peter King, the Chair of the House Homeland Security Committee, which profess to present the “radicalization” of the Muslim community, have...

    2011 | Action of Immediate Witness
    Tagged as: Church & State, International Human Rights & Justice, Civil Rights & Religious Liberty, Religious Pluralism, Racial Justice & Multicultural Ministries, Racial Justice
  • WHEREAS, the Radical Religious Right is a threat to the values of a free church and free society, values which the Universalist and Unitarian Churches have long struggled to maintain; and WHEREAS, in response to this threat, religious and secular groups have begun to work together to re-assert th...

    1981 | Business Resolution
    Tagged as: Church & State, Civil Rights & Religious Liberty
  • THAT, while the Board of Trustees of the Unitarian Universalist Association supports the right of religious leaders of whatever persuasion to comment on political issues, we wish to express our concern regarding the authoritarianism of those groups such as Moral Majority, Inc., Christian Voice, a...

    1981 | Business Resolution
    Tagged as: Church & State, Civil Rights & Religious Liberty
  • BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1973 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association reaffirms its support of the principle of separation of church and state in the United States and urges Unitarian Universalist societies to: Oppose all direct or indirect federal, state, or local tax aid to...

    1973 | General Resolution
    Tagged as: Church & State, Civil Rights & Religious Liberty
  • WHEREAS US Representative Ernest Istook of Oklahoma, along with 116 co-sponsors, introduced the following proposed amendment to the US Constitution in the House of Representatives on May 8, 1997: To secure the people's right to acknowledge God according to the dictates of conscience: The people's...

    1997 | Action of Immediate Witness
    Tagged as: Church & State, Civil Rights & Religious Liberty
  • For decades, the federal government has awarded grants and contracts to religious groups to provide social services. However, to protect their integrity and the interests of taxpayers, religious groups until now have created separate, secular entities to receive the public funds....

    2001 | Action of Immediate Witness
    Tagged as: Church & State, Civil Rights & Religious Liberty
  • BE IT RESOLVED: That the Unitarian Universalist Association at its 1963 General Assembly, reaffirms its support of religious freedom based on the principle of separation of church and state and urges its members to: Uphold the principle of non-sectarian public education; Oppose Bible readings and...

    1963 | General Resolution
    Tagged as: Church & State, Civil Rights & Religious Liberty