MUUSJA's General Meeting 2014:
"Faithful to the Work of Justice: 
How Our UU Identity Informs Social Action"
Sunday, November 9
The White Bear Unitarian Universalist Church
328 Maple Street, Mahtomedi, MN 55115

Why have Unitarian Universalists so consistently worked for progressive social justice causes throughout our history?  How do our shared UU beliefs, history, theology and principles inform how we struggle for justice today?  What do our traditions and beliefs call us to work toward as individuals, and as a broader community of faith?  This year, join Unitarian Universalists from across the state for MUUSJA's General Meeting, featuring a program that focuses on the intersection of our identity as Unitarian Universalists and our shared yearning for a more just and loving world.  

Our program will feature a short opening worship, small group reflection, highlights of our work this past year, an opportunity to hear about MUUSJA's vision and direction from our new Executive Director Ashley Horan, and an engaging presentation from our Keynote speaker:

The Keynote Faith & Justice Address:

"Drawing on our Faith Traditions to Guide Our Social Actions"
by Mark Ritchie, MN Secretary of State

Everyone has a life journey that includes many different influences along the way. Mark Ritchie, Unitarian Universalist and outgoing Minnesota Secretary of State, will talk about his faith traditions and how they have guided his public service, reflecting on these influences as he steps forward into a new chapter after the end of his term.

**The General Meeting will also be available online to individuals and congregations who cannot attend in person!  If you would like to host an off-site General Meeting gathering, please contact Executive Director Ashley Horan**

Register here or below under "Upcoming Events"

If you can't attend the event in person you can still participate online! Follow this link at 1:00 on November 9th!

Unleashing courageous leadership and collective power to realize a just and loving world.

We organize Minnesota UUs who seek to change the world--and themselves--by acting on Unitarian Universalist values.

Guided by our Unitarian Universalist Principles, we value:

  • Acting with love for justice
  • Nurturing courageous leadership
  • Building collective power among Unitarian Universalists and beyond
  • Entering into accountable, collaborative partnerships with allied organizations and individuals
  • Creating multi-generational, inclusive community

Upcoming events

  • 09 Nov 2014 1:00 PM • White Bear Unitarian Universalist Church - 328 Maple St, Mahtomedi, MN 55115

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