This Earth Day, the UUA Bookstore is partnering with the Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth (UUMFE) to recognize congregational events promoting awareness of stewardship of our planet through sustainable communities. Here’s how you can join in: Visit the UUMFE’s 2013
The Rev. Dan Hotchkiss, a UU minister and a senior consultant for the Alban Institute, a national religious consulting organization, talks about church fundraising myths in the “Alban Weekly,” a free email notice that highlights various topics in congregational life.
Many congregations find that hosting a book table is an easy way to bring resources to members while, at the same time, raising money. The pre-holiday season is a great time to start a book table. But buying stock through Amazon
Skinner House Books, the imprint of the Unitarian Universalist Association, invites members of UU congregations to submit original poems, prayers, or short prose pieces for consideration for a collection of meditations for congregational leaders. The anthology will be edited by
Skinner House Books and the UUA Bookstore are introducing the “Welcome Wallet Card Variety Pack,” which features five sets of cards, each with a different quote about Unitarian Universalism. These simple, two-sided business-card-sized giveaways are ideal for visitors, or to
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.