“Our Unitarian Universalist congregations and other faith communities can be islands of rest and renewal but also challenge us to resist the forces of oppression beyond our communities and inside ourselves. They are places where we can shape and plan our resistance with others who have a similar vision, combining our energy and our passions to create the change we wish to see in the world.”
– Paul Langston-Daley
(Published by the Unitarian Universalist Association)
Please contact one of the project leaders and get involved!
- Beyond Curbside Recycling Program (email@example.com)
- Maplewood Moseley Community Garden (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Adopt-A-Highway (Litter Pickers), a team that cleans up recyclables and other discarded along our assigned section of road. Contact person: Ellen (LitterPickers@uucvan.org)
- Family Promise (email@example.com)
- If you’d like to lead a new social action activity or team project, please submit a Project Proposal to the Council for Collaboration and Communication (firstname.lastname@example.org). A Project Proposal Guide will assist you in putting it all together.
To learn more about the issues UUs across the country are working on, here are some Unitarian Universalist Social Action links beyond our church: