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  • Your beliefs and practices are welcome in Unitarian Universalism.
  • By Joy Berry, Dawn Skjei Cooley, Scott McNeill, Jonalu Johnstone, Robin Bartlett
    UUs’ thoughts on Jesus reflect the diversity of thought encouraged by our liberal faith. Our Principles include a commitment to “a free and...

Beacon Press

Blue Boat: Youth and Young Adult Blog

  • By Eric Bliss
    I left Unitarian Universalism when I was 18. Having gone through the survey of world religions that was the emphasis of my late 80’s RE experience, I identified more as a Buddhist than I did as UU. College brought a myriad of intellectual awakenings, but my soul lay dormant.
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    UU: Challenging the Propensity for Polar Thinking " Not for Ourselves Alone – Theological Essays on Relationship " explains that Unitarian...

inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop


  • By Renee Ruchotzke
    It usually starts with one person with the beginning of an audacious idea. It has enough form so that others can visualize the possibilities. It also has enough open possibilities that others can see where they can bring their creativity and energy to help co-create it. And woven...
  • By Renee Ruchotzke

MidAmerica Events

  • By Phillip Lund
    Webinar video: Helping lay leaders grow in spirit as they grow as leaders.

Skinner House Books

Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

Uplift: Uplifting LGBTQ+ Experience Within and Beyond Unitarian Universalism

  • By J Mase III
    As Black trans people, we are a community often the target of criminalization, homelessness, murder and joblessness. As #BlackTransMagick, we ask ourselves “how do we protect our spirits and those of our loved ones who face so much trauma?”

UU World

  • By Joel Miller
    Average citizens who think they can whip a concealed gun out to shoot down a bad guy are living under a dangerous illusion.
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  • By Liz James
    Putting holes in things that used to be solid is hard. Some days, there is broken glass everywhere. And not all of us are skilled with the metaphorical power tools.
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  • By Laura Randall
    We need to be a faith that is talented at companioning ourselves and others in the mysterious, the unknown, the small hours of the night.
    Image credit: Photograph of a silhouetted person walking out of a brightly lit area into the darkness.
  • By Anthony Makar
    We need Thoreau’s ‘tonic of wildness’ to confront climate change. As he explained, ‘We need to witness our own limits transgressed.’
    Image credit: A satellite image shows Hurricane Irma as it approached Cuba and Florida on September 8 2017.
  • By Daniel Chesney Kanter
    More than an adherence to a belief system, faith is an orientation to life.
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  • By Doug Muder
    As national events chip away at my First-Principle practices, I have to wonder: What will be left?
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  • By Molly Housh Gordon
    Does the sin of white supremacy live in us or in the systems beyond us? 
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  • By Jerrie Kishpaugh Hildebrand, Shirley Ann Ranck
    Pagan and Earth-centered traditions in Unitarian Universalism.
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  • By Sonja L. Cohen
    Group proposes recurring ecclesiastical conferences, reassessment of UUA organization to move toward effective covenantal relationships.
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  • By DeReau K. Farrar
    Embracing theists is essential to the cultural and spiritual health of Unitarian Universalism.
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  • By Kendyl R Gibbons
    What we are willing to say about the universe and our lives is based exclusively on our own shared experience and reason.
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  • By Kris Willcox
    Across a century of change, Humanism has continued to evolve.
  • By Peter Morales
    As religious people we have two essential tasks: we must offer sanctuary and preach our gospel.
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  • By Tom Schade
    An unbridgeable gap is growing between Unitarian Universalism and the conservative movement.
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  • By David Breeden
    On authentically using the term ‘god.’
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  • By Doug Muder
    I told our UU middle school ‘Building Bridges’ class that Humanism begins with loving all of our neighbors.
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  • By Myriam Renaud
    Liberal Islam and liberal Unitarianism each affirm human rights—via two very distinct paths.
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  • By Scotty McLennan
    ‘Salvation’ isn’t a word Unitarian Universalists use much anymore.
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  • By Scotty McLennan
    We need to be open to resurrection—looking up, not down; listening, not stopping up our ears; feeling deeply rather than numbing ourselves with the daily routine.
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  • By Jim Key
    It was precisely my emergent humanist belief that equipped me to face what seemed a death sentence.
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  • By Myriam Renaud
    What do we mean when we talk about the UU First Principle and inherent dignity?
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  • By Myriam Renaud
    Without ‘God,’ a liberal theologian focuses on transcendent resources of grace and judgment.
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