Unitarian Universalists are encouraged to educate themselves about the issue of immigration and build understanding of the current immigrant experience in the United States. These books are recommended by the Beacon Press, an independent publisher of the Unitarian Universalist Association. The 2010-2011 UUA Common Read The Death of Josseline: Immigration
The Northwest UU Justice Network, an independent, lay-led network of Unitarian Universalists committed to social justice and action, is seeking a network developer. For more information on this contract position, see their website or contact D. D. Hilke, Executive Director, Northwest UU Justice Network at NWuuJN.email@example.com.
All adults working with youth face a continuous set of choices about appropriate boundaries. Is it okay to text a youth? Can I initiate a hug? What about a ride home from youth group? The challenges are endless, and sometimes not obvious. Nancy Combs-Morgan, regional youth director for the Heartland
Washington State Unitarian Universalist Voices for Justice is sponsoring a workshop on effective congregation-based social action. The workshop will be led by the Reverend Dr. Richard S. Gilbert, Minister Emeritus of First Unitarian Church of Rochester, NY. He is the author of the Building Your Own Theology curriculum and of
Please join District Executive, Janine Larsen, with your board and leadership team on Saturday, February 25, at Atkinson Memorial Church in Oregon City, OR, for a vitally important Leadership Council: Social Change as Religious Vocation: The Fruits of the Radical Spirit, presented by the Rev. Deborah Holder, from 9:00 AM to
“This is a REALLY epic thing you are doing and I hope you can keep it up!” wrote the young recipient of a backpack filled by the Unitarian Universalists of Grants Pass, Oregon. A $2600 grant received from the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation will allow the UUGP Homeless Teen