The Disaster Relief Fund disburses grants to UU Congregations and recognized UU non profit entities. Disaster Relief Fund grantees report feelings held in care, and are more connected to UU Congregations and the UUA. This month lets help the UUA help others effected by the … read more.
Category: Social Justice
If you identify as Black, Indigenous or a person of color (BIPOC), you’re invited to join the UU Central East Region’s BIPOC gathering happening two Mondays of the month at 6:30 pm ET. In our gatherings we are joined by lay folks of color, lay … read more.
Current circumstances cause us to end magazine table and recycle help indefinitely. Recycle generated within the UUFN building can be recycled in the bins provided. Delaware Solid Waste has opened a recycle center in the Pencader Industrial Park (470 Corporate Blvd. Newark, DE 19702, web … read more.
We grieve for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, our country, and our world.
Sometimes, it helps to share our grief in community.
Please join together on Sunday, September 20th at 7 pm. We will hold space for each other.
The event is hosted by the Newark Interfaith Community
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In case you missed the UUFN’s Delaware Peace Week Panel on the Golden Rule or would like to review it, it is now on YouTube. Just click the link below.
“Golden Rule lies at the heart of every religious and of every ethical system of morality, … read more.
Our Pledges support the day-to-day operation of the UUFN.
In September half of our weekly, non-pledge offerings will support our Social Justice Team working with the UUA outreach program, “UU the Vote”.
UU the Vote is a non- partisan effort aimed at reaching out to … read more.
The UUFN has written and mailed over 1,000 postcards to swing state and disenfranchised voters since August and we’re ready to do more! In this time of pandemic, there is data to show that a hand-written postcard can really make a difference.
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In cooperation with Friendship House, we provide assistance to the homeless in the Newark area. For us, homeless is defined as anyone who doesn’t have control over their surroundings: living on the street, in transitory housing, with friends or family or in transitional housing. Our … read more.
This Newark Community Conversation is brought to you by The Newark Partnership in collaboration with the City of Newark, DE and the Newark, DE Chapter of the NAACP. We will focus on addressing social justice for the black and brown communities in Newark, specifically policy, … read more.