Category: News

UU the Vote

The UUA’s new UU the Vote campaign is a nationwide mobilization effort to build Unitarian Universalists’ capacity for faith-based electoral organizing. The values at the foundation of UU the Vote are the inherent worth and dignity of all people, democracy, partnership, and a future … read more.

GA 2020, Providence RI

General Assembly 2020, June 24-28, Providence Rhode Island.

June 24 – 28

Early bird registration is open through March 14. New! registration payment plan this year; pay as little as $50 down and then as often as you like until February 29th, 2020 when final payment … read more.

Family Ministry Discussion

What kinds of family support can this fellowship offer? Expect to hear more on this topic, soon, from the Interim Advisory Team that was formed at a recent Future of Faith Formation Workshop.  Click here to listen to the edited two-hour podcast of … read more.

Fall FROLIC Success

Sincere thanks to all who participated in the September Fall FROLIC auction fund raiser. Your generous contributions exceeded $20,000.00

CLIMATE STRIKE SEPT. 20

The UUA, Side With Love, and UU Ministry for Earth have joined as partners with the Global Climate Strike on Sept. 20th and we’re inviting you to #StrikeWithUs.

On September 20, three days before the UN Climate Summit in NYC, young people and adults will strike … read more.

Chancel Expansion Underway

The chancel expansion project is underway with a completion target date of 9/27/19 (FROLIC).  John Redemske and Mike Trefry are coordinating the effort.

The final result will be a significant enlargement of the raised chancel floor area.  A ramp will make the expanded chancel accessible to … read more.

Homestead Child Detention Center Shut Down! 

MIAMI, FL (August 3 2019) – The last migrant children in the detention center in Homestead, FL have left. The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) – a Quaker organization that has worked for immigrant and refugee rights for over 100 years – has led a campaign along with organizations in Florida and across the country to shut … read more.