UU Area News
On this page, you’ll find news and events about UU happenings in our local area and beyond.
The book, Testimony: The Transformative Power of Unitarian Universalism, edited by Meg Riley, is an anthology filled with personal stories by people whose lives were dramatically changed by Unitarian Universalism. The book would be a great welcoming gift for new members, a source of … read more.
The UU United Nations Office Intergenerational Spring Seminar is an opportunity to collaborate with others while learning how to be a global activist. The 2018 seminar, When Crisis Calls: Advancing Just Migration For All, will be held April 5 – 7, 2018 in New York … read more.
UU Leadership Institute (UULI) offers online courses for highly self-motivated lay leaders and religious professionals who thrive on learning new competencies and concepts. The courses are low-cost and accessible anytime. Try one of four core courses: Faithful Leadership, Centered Leadership, Strategic … read more.
The UUA Commission on Institutional Change requests personal accounts and stories about how racism has affected individuals and groups within Unitarian Universalism at the personal, institutional, or systemic levels. It is seeking to document incidents that occurred between individual Unitarian Universalists, within a congregational or … read more.
On November 12, many Unitarian Universalist congregations engaged in the UUA’s campaign to support Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism. If your congregation has not yet made a commitment to support The Promise and the Practice of Our Faith Campaign, please consider doing so. Unitarian Universalist … read more.
Unitarian Congregation of West Chester Concert
The Unitarian Congregation of West Chester Presents Grammy® nominated folksinger, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Dan Schatz on Saturday, November 11 at 7 p.m.
“Dan Schatz plays and sings both traditional folk-songs and contemporary gems that sound like they’ve been polished forever.” – Folklore … read more.
March for Racial Justice & Compassion
For generations we have marched, sat-in, walked-out, blocked bridges, protested, and educated our communities about issues of racial justice in a struggle to transform the policies that produce injustice.
The late Nelson Mandela once said: “People must learn to hate, and if they … read more.