Empowering Minnesota Unitarian Universalists to unleash courageous leadership and collective power to build a just and loving world.
We were made for such a time as this.
There are so many questions swirling in the air right now, along with much pain and anger and fear. What will the next four years hold for our communities, especially people of color, immigrants, queer and trans folks, disabled people, women? How are we to minister to grief and outrage and division without being overcome by cynicism? What can we do—individually and collectively—to nurture resiliency and effectiveness within ourselves and our congregations so that we are equipped to show up, over and over again, as warriors for justice over the long haul?
There aren’t any easy answers. But these are the undeniable questions of our time, the ones our Unitarian Universalist faith demands we grapple with now, and into the future.
What I know is this:
Our Unitarian Universalist values and communities have more potential to be relevant, powerful hubs for justice than they have ever been. But it is up to us to decide whether we will live into the promise of our faith, and act boldly to bring our values and our bodies into the public square on the right side of history.
MUUSJA is deeply committed to our mission of unleashing courageous leadership and collective power to build a just and loving world. As your statewide advocacy network, we work everyday to nurture spirits, build skills, and strengthen relationships among Unitarian Universalist individuals and congregations, and with broader movements for justice and liberation. Our work is directly contributing to fortifying the ecosphere of resilience and resistance that is so desperately needed to combat oppression, and—more importantly—to live into a new vision of justice and equity that our souls yearn for, although our eyes have not yet seen.
In order to do that work, we need your support.
On this Thursday's Give to the Max Day here in Minnesota, we are counting on your bold and generous support. Here’s how you can help: