Love Has Everything To Do With It!

During General Assembly (GA) this month in Providence, RI, Standing on the Side of Love, the UUA’s public advocacy campaign to counter oppression with love, will celebrate five successful years of standing up for justice by showing up with compassion. Connect with the campaign at GA or online to help commemorate this important anniversary. Read More

Into The Beyond

Terasa Cooley, UUA program and strategy officer, talks about the urgent need to respond to changes in American demographics regarding religious behavior and what that might mean for changing the way we do church as Unitarian Universalists. Cooley considers the questions we need to ask  to get started and points to some exciting new sources to find answers.   Read More

Oregon Ends Same-sex Marriage Ban

As soon as Oregan’s ban on same-sex marriage was lifted, Unitarian Universalist ministers throughout the state stood ready to perform marriage ceremonies. The Rev. Kate Lore of First Unitarian Church of Portland said of the day, ‘The level of euphoria … Read More

Selling God

Boston magazine looks at how the Unitarian Universalist Association came to launch its current rebranding campaign. They interview Unitarian Universalist leaders the Rev. Peter Morales, the Rev. Terasa Cooley, Dan McKanan, and David Ruffin on … Read More

Selling God

Boston magazine looks at how the Unitarian Universalist Association came to launch its current rebranding campaign. They interview Unitarian Universalist leaders the Rev. Peter Morales, the Rev. Terasa Cooley, Dan McKanan, and David Ruffin on how they hope to reach the growing number of people with similar values but little interest in going to church. Read More

Just In Time for Summer: A Long Time Blooming

Skinner House Books offers a fresh collection of poetry and prayers that reflect on the spiritual dimensions of Marta I. Valentin’s intersecting identities as a Latina, lesbian, feminist, and God-worshipping Unitarian Universalist minister. With candor and insight, she probes what is universal in her own very particular history and what it means to strive for beloved community. Read More