Unitarian Universalist Association - News Service

Updates from the Unitarian Universalist Association
  1. artistic rendering of hands on a heart w words Families Belong Together

    Our belief in the inherent worth and dignity of all people calls us to resist the inhumane criminalization of people who migrate.

    Continue reading Love Resists Family Separation and Detention.

  2. side by side covers of the two 2017-18 Common Read selections: Daring Democracy and Centering

    Join together to read and discuss this collection of essays exploring the intersectional impacts of climate change.

    Continue reading Justice on Earth is the 2018-19 Common Read.

  3. a mural-type rendering depicting a girl whose heart-shaped balloon is floating away

    The UUA condemns the Trump administration’s appalling assault on vulnerable families seeking asylum in the United States.

    Continue reading The UUA Condemns Family Separation at the U.S./Mexico Border.

  4. Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism(BLUU) logo

    Led by Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism, prophetic ministry at GA will kick off #EndMoneyBail work and support local organizing.

    Continue reading BLUU Hosts GA Public Witness.

  5. Mary Katherine Morn headshot

    On May 16, the board of trustees of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) announced that they had selected the Rev. Mary Katherine Morn as the human rights organization’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. Since 2014, Morn has served as the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Director of Stewardship and Development and Special Advisor to the President.

    Continue reading UUA Congratulates the Rev. Mary Katherine Morn on Appointment to Lead UU Service Committee.

  6. Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism(BLUU) logo

    Public Witness 2018 hosted by Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism!

    We are excited to announce that Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU) has agreed to take on the lead role for Public Witness at the 2018 UUA General Assembly in Kansas City, MO. 

    Public Witness: “Anatomy of a Bailout” Panel Discussion

    Thursday June 21st 1:30 p.m. in Room 2105 (PDF)

    Continue reading Black Lives UU & Love Resists Partner for Public Witness at GA: Let's #EndMoneyBail.

  7. Mary Katherine Morn headshot

    Congratulations to Rev. Mary Katherine Morn for being selected as the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee's new President and CEO.

    Continue reading Rev. Mary Katherine Morn to Lead UU Service Committee.

  8. Photos of Ahmed Alrantisi, Laila Anwar Al-Ghandoor, Ahmed Altetr, Alaa Alkhatib Ezz el-din Alsamaak, Motassem Abu Louley, all killed by Israeli Defense Forces

    The Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office (UU-UNO), together with the United Nations community, condemns the lethal use of violence by the Israeli Defense Forces against Palestinian protesters who were protesting the opening of the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem and the U.S. declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

    Continue reading UUA, UU UNO Condemn the Brutal Attacks on Palestinians Protesting New US Embassy in Jerusalem.

  9. People hold a SSL banner and lead a crowd marching

    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 congregation’s nonprofit status? Here are some points to keep in mind in order to effectively engage politically without being partisan on behalf of your values:

    Continue reading Support Democracy This Election Season - What You Need to Know About Religious Political Activism.

  10. Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray joins Rev. William Barber for launch of Poor People's Campaign

    This is no time for a casual faith. Join us in supporting the national call for a moral revival. 

    Continue reading Join in Prophetic Witness with the Poor People’s Campaign.