Our Unitarian Universalist faith has a long history of justice seeking in this country. Its influence can be found in our nation’s founding documents, in President Lincoln’s speeches, and in every civil rights movement in this nation. We as a people of faith are proud of this country’s aspiration to be that beacon city on a hill. It is what makes this country different from many other countries where freedom to be who we are is criminalized. It is the diversity of its people that makes the potential of this nation great.
The act of creating art can be meditative and freeing. UUCTS member and artist, Karen Strohbeen, share spirited drawings of plants and animals guaranteed to make you smile. You are invited to download and print a coloring sheet at our Coloring Fun page.
The UU Quilters put a lot of love into these cheerful handmade masks that were delivered by our UUCTS Social Justice Council to two important local agencies: the Hispanic Center and the Citizens Alliance for Progress (CAP). May they be worn in health with the feeling of love and warm wishes in which they were … Continued