Unitarian Universalist

“Express Yourself” Extravaganza – Oct. 17, UU Congregation of Fairfax, Oakton, VA

October 17, 7:00pm Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax, Oakton, VA Free admission Individuals of all ages are encouraged to come dressed in the style and clothing that expresses their best self, the style they are happiest in. Sign up, by October 10, to walk the runway in the “show” or come to cheer on those who(…)

UUSJ Delivers a Letter from UUA President Morales to the State Department

From left: Allen Keiswetter, UU Church of Arlington, VA; Lavona Grow, Board Chair of UUSJ; Shaun Casey, Office of Religion and Global Affairs; Liora Danan, Chief of Staff to Mr. Casey; Rev. Terry Ellen, Towson, MD; Doris Marlin, All Souls Unitarian, Washington DC; Chris Graham, Cedar Lane UU Congregation, Bethesda, MD; Christine Li, Department of(…)

From our UUSJ Co-Chair Hal Fuller on Why He Attended Justice GA

Hal Fuller is a member of the UU Congregation of Fairfax, Virginia. He is a founder and co-chair of “UUs for Social Justice in the National Capital Region” Hal recently facilitated and participated in “Building the World We Dream About,” a Unitarian Universalist Association program offered at UUCF that “seeks to interrupt the workings of racism and transform how people from different racial/ethnic groups understand and relate to one another.”

OpenDoor Housing Fund – Safe and Socially Responsible Investing UUs invest well in a place that does good

This allows OpenDoor to make short-term, low interest loans to tenant associations and nonprofit and for profit local affordable housing providers, preserving affordable housing, preventing foreclosure and financing “green housing. When these projects are completed and sold or rented, OpenDoor’s loans are repaid and the money is available to be loaned out again.