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Social Justice Team Process

The SRJ Coordinating Team recently identified a set of criteria for how a new UUFD priority and team might arise and begin work. The emphasis is on interest and commitment to a justice area coming from the fellowship.  

Here are the criteria:

  • Minimum of 4-6 people express desire to form a team focused on an identified social justice need that supports the UUFD mission
  • 1-2 people indicate a willingness to lead/co-lead the team
  • Purpose and vision for the team is identified
  • Willingness to commit at least two years to the identified social justice team work
  • Commitment to regular communication and meetings to forward progress
  • Commitment to engage in education, advocacy, and partnership in the community as appropriate
  • Team leader(s) commits to participation in SRJ Coordinating Team

Use the form below to request approval for a new social justice team based on the criteria above.  Click the Submit button once form is complete. The SRJ Coordinating Team will review any requests, and talk with those expressing interest, looking to confirm readiness for successfully beginning a new team. Questions about a potential new team are welcomed and you can talk with any one of the SRJ Coordinating Team members:  Bonnie Miller, Barry Devine, Kathy Divine, Richard Butler, Chad Close, Nicci Unsicker, Sheryl Guy or Rev. Katie.

Application for a New Social Justice Team

  • Click the Submit button below.

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Justice is at the core of our faith. Our congregations are called to make a positive difference in our wider communities. We work to serve, to raise awareness, and to support and partner with people who face injustice. We advocate, organize, and act for justice to live out the values of our faith. More from the Unitarian Universalist Association website»

The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) fosters social justice and works toward a world free from oppression. UUSC’s innovative approaches and measurable impact — in promoting economic justice, bolstering environmental justice, and protecting rights at risk — are grounded in the belief that all people have inherent power, dignity, and rights.