…There is a place of faith where people can believe what their conscience calls them to believe, a place of hope that accepts both the responsibilities and possibilities of humankind, and a place of love, where all people are accepted for who they are and who they were created to be. That place is our Unitarian Universalist movement.”
~ Rev. Paul Britner
~ Rev. Forrest Church, The Cathedral of the World: A Universalist Theology
~ Lord Robert Baden-Powell, whose books inspired the creation of the Boy Scouts and the international youth scouting movement.
Our goal is to help congregations and individual UUs to better share our liberal faith with pride, confidence, and joy. We do that through social media, informative blogging, and providing conversation-starting t-shirts, mugs, bags, and gifts. We want to continue to do this work that dozens of congregations and hundreds of UUs have come to count on, and we want to keep getting better at it.
We need your help and support. We need you to share your ideas, stories, and links with us so that we can share the best UU content from all over on our social media. We need your comments on things we post, to know how to better serve the community that has grown up around this project. We need your financial support when you can spare it, to cover operational costs and fund our participation in training events and workshops.
We are not sponsored by the UUA or any member congregation. We are a grass-roots effort to share Unitarian Universalism with the world. We cannot not do that without your involvement and support. You all have brought us a long way. We need your help if we are going to keep improving. This project is already a full-time job for our lead editor/administrator, and he doesn’t make anything from it so far. We’d like to change that, but it isn’t even our top priority.
Please share your comments about how we are doing and what we could do to better help you share your faith. Please tell us how we can earn your trust and your support. Help us become the movement that Unitarian Universalism needs.