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Enlist Your Congregation
Whether you are a minister, a religious educator, a member of your church's social justice committee, a UUSC local representative, or an individual dedicated to advancing human rights, you can bring UUSC's mission and vision for a just world into the spiritual life of your congregation.
By celebrating Guest at Your Table with your spiritual community, people both young and old
gain insight into the meaning of human rights and learn about the work
By celebrating Justice Sunday, members of your spiritual community gain
in-depth knowledge about an urgent human rights issue and take action
steps to advocate for change.
Through UUSC's speakers bureau — Rights Aloud — local reps can invite UUSC staff
members to speak at congregations. UUSC staff have devoted their
lives to working for a world free from oppression and injustice, and
they're eager to share their knowledge, expertise, and experience on a wide range
of human rights topics. Let them bring their passion to you!
UUSC's partnership with Equal Exchange, known as the UUSC Coffee
Project, enables your church, group, workplace, or household to take action for economic justice
by purchasing and serving fair trade beverages and foods.
UUSC proudly honors congregations that sustain our work by their exceptional levels of giving and membership in UUSC.
Sell UUSC holiday cards in your church and neighborhood. Card sales support UUSC's work
to protect basic human rights and advance social justice.
Through the UU College of Social Justice, UUSC JustWorks trips offer unique service-learning opportunities for social justice activists to translate their values into action by participating in on-the-ground projects that explore issues such as race, class, and gender.
Through targeted advocacy campaigns and actions, UUSC bolsters the work it does
with grassroots organizations by addressing systemic policy issues at
the highest level. UUSC aims to organize people on the
ground to create long-term change around targeted issues.