Recommitment to Racial Justice
The city of Baltimore recently saw violent clashes between communities of color and local police forces. Unitarian Universalists (UU) joined the community seeking stability and justice following the death of Freddie Gray by taking part in peaceful protests and vigils in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Spotlight: Young Adults at 4U
At at Fourth Universalist in Manhattan, young adults animate church life with deep connection, mutual support, community activism and more. This article in the Spotlight series tells their story.
Cambridge Church Will Host Shelter for Homeless Youth
By Rev. Christian Schmidt For First Parish in Cambridge, a move to hosting a shelter for homeless youth and young adults wasn’t just a nice thing to do, it was a chance to fulfill its mission.
Miles of Dream: Meditations
In a new collection of meditations, Vanessa Southern ponders life passages, ways of looking at the world, and the many possibilities for building a life of meaning. Part of the InSpirit series, previously known as the Meditation Manual series.
GA 2015 Helps Formerly Incarcerated
The local service project at the UUA's 2015 General Assembly is with Portland, Oregon's Reentry Transition Center (RTC), helping formerly incarcerated people transition back into the community.
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