Service, Advocacy, and Witness Events
Justice Ministry and Public Witness
The Justice Ministry Team requests the congregation to continue to discuss making a congregational justice statement. This process can help us communicate among ourselves to find collective justice initiatives and share them with the larger community.
Our Task Force will to continue to discern a message from the congregation specifically supporting marginalized groups who suffer from discrimination locally and nationally.
Please participate in our on-line poll even if you participated with our dot survey in June.
Please go to UU MASS ACTION for current opportunities!
“Journey Toward Wholeness”, #BLUU (Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism) Collaborative, and ARE (Allies for Racial Equity). We have made a pledge toward this justice ministry within our denomination by this link or half plate offerings: https://www.uua.org/giving/areas-support/funds/promise-and-practice .
MARCH for Our Lives, Worcester
Worcester Islamic Center Food Drive held December 10
We helped prepare welcome boxes for 200 area families, primarily refugees and other people in need.
December 6 National Vigil to #EndGunViolence Held at Trinity Church. Northboro
Environment Justice, Women’s Rights, Workers Rights, Prison Reform and Against Gun Violence witness events are ongoing. Follow UU Mass Action on Facebook or http://www.uumassaction.org/ for great opportunities.Environment Justice, Women’s Rights, Workers Rights, Prison Reform and Against Gun Violence witness events are ongoing. Follow UU Mass Action on Facebook for great opportunities.
Please sign the Declaration of Conscience on the UU Service Committee website!
This is something you can do right now! I you haven’t already. You can sign as an individual. Wouldn’t it be great to be able to make this Declaration as a congregation? Let’s talk about it. http://www.uusc.org