Unitarian Universalists have long been involved in movements for social justice. From prison reform to immigration to civil rights and LGBTQ rights to reproductive justice to opposition to wars among many other causes, members and congregations have engaged the work of creating a just, loving, peaceful world by acting for change. Follow the links to the left to learn more about some of UUP's efforts at fostering social justice in our community, our country and our world.
In addition to the activities detailed in the links to the left, we are also active in:
Black Lives Matter Justice for Andy Lopez
What comes next, after we have given thanks? Does gratitude lead to action, or is it an end in itself? Come explore some post-Thanksgiving thoughts as we gives thanks and then consider what could, would, or should follow. Worship Associates: Amelia Richardson and David Dodd; Will Johnson, accompanist; Suzanne Kimmel, Director of Religious Education.