Social justice is not just a society-wide phenomena. It should begin in your own relationships and family. Let’s examine how to make your own personal lives reflect Unitarian Universalist Principles that you declare for the world. Also, we’ll begin a new tradition by taking the … read more.
Topic: Contemporary Issue
A Contemporary Issue from a Religious Perspective
A worship service that puts a contemporary issue,sometimes a current social issue, into a religious and spiritual framework. The issue is often viewed through the lens of Unitarian Universalist principles. Our principles urge respect for all people and justice in our relationships with others. These services can be a call to further action. Often, they are a request for the congregation to think more deeply about the issue from a religious perspective.
Inside the world of military veterans and an exploration of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and moral injury. How might Unitarian Universalists relate with veterans in our families and congregations, and with their own experience of trauma. All veterans are invited to wear or bring service items … read more.
“Gender Equity” was the focus of this year’s Unitarian Universalist United Nations Organization (UU-UNO) Intergenerational Seminar. Caitlyn Calway Stein and Sally Atkinson participated as representatives of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Las Cruces, and will reflect on lessons learned during the conference.
Read important Draft Statement of Conscience included in this announcement.
What is the state of democracy today in our congregations and the broader Unitarian Universalist movement? How can we assure ourselves that we are doing our part in the democratic process? And what about “world community?” … read more.
The Inherent Worth and Dignity of Every Person? Who would have thought that in 2019 so many basic assumptions about liberation and freedom for certain human identities would still be in question? We liberals thought we’d all be living as equals. There is still much … read more.