The Equal Justice Initiative is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.
Speaker: Jim Nickens
Must “what we believe” involve certainty? Is faith without doubt any different than fundamentalism? Can doubt open us up to new ways of being and thus enrich our lives?
How do we do the work toward the beloved community we all seek? Living the Pledge is a racial justice initiative. Join us in this multigenerational service as we learn how to put our faith into action in our everyday lives.
What is UUMAN’s mission? Why do we exist? What is ministry? Who is responsible for carrying out this ministry and how is it done?
Our new UUA president, Susan Frederick-Gray, says that “our public justice work is an outward manifestation of our community’s spiritual growth.” When we reach out for help ourselves or in order to help others, we often find ourselves reaching in for spiritual resources to meet … read more.
How does our culture and experiences affect how we look at and assess the world and those around us? How does travel to other countries with very different cultures and life experiences can open our eyes to the variety of perspectives?
In the late 19th century, a radical band of pioneering women ministers, defying the Unitarian establishment; founded, nurtured and grew dozens of congregations throughout the Midwest. They are now largely forgotten. How might we hold on to our UU heritage that is often plagued by … read more.
Two Christmas Eve Services!
Christmas Pageant: Join us at 4:00 PM for a special re-telling of the nativity story and a powerful message of inclusion and love. Our pageant is participatory and great fun. There’s room in the stable for EVERYONE!
Candlelight Service: Be a part of a reflective, … read more.
A look at the challenges and opportunities of growing older.
Unitarian Universalism’s progressive heritage comes to us from both branches of the ancestral family tree. The ideals and values we hold dearest have Unitarian and Universalist origins of particular meaning in our quest for greater socio-economic diversity.