It is easy for even the most committed of us to find our eyes and minds
glazing over when facing systemic injustice throughout the world. We wonder
if we can make a difference at all as individuals or even as a congregation.
But we Unitarian Universalists have a powerful tool for making a difference
in this world. It is our own Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. The
UUSC works in the United States and internationally to protect the human
rights of people struggling against oppression and injustice. It is part of
our Unitarian Universalist movement but, as an independent, affiliate member
of the Unitarian Universalist Association does not receive funds from the
We are all encouraged to join the UUSC as individuals. The UUSC's most
visible program for congregational involvement is Guest at Your Table,
which supports U.S. and international projects. Members and friends of our
congregation have the opportunity to participate during the next two months.
To obtain your Guest at Your Table box contact the CLUUC office
or speak to Kathleen Reedy, congregational UUSC representative.
For more information about the UUSC and its programs, browse
UUSC website, or contact