World Water Day: A Special Concert with Aly Halpert! Sunday, March 19 on Zoom, 5pm PT/6pm MT/7PM CT/8PM EST. Sponsored by Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth and Side with Love.

Let us sing! Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth is excited to partner with the dynamic musician, Aly Halpert (she/her)!

Aly Halpert (she/her) is a young adult queer Jewish musician, educator, and activist living on Lenni Lenape land in Philadelphia, PA, USA. Aly leads music and prayer for Jewish community, including Kol Tzedek Synagogue, Eden Village Camp, Let My People Sing, and Linke Fligl. Her songs have been sung in national gatherings, song circles, and quiet moments of personal prayer, and have moved people all over the world.

Her first full-band album Loosen was released in April 2022 with Rising Song Records. Whether her songs are serious or seriously goofy, Aly believes deeply in the power of music to awaken us to the loss and hope we carry, expand our sense of possibility, and connect us to each other and our collective strength. For more info, go to

Join with us Sunday March 19 to be galvanized for the work ahead!

Register today for Aly Halpert in Concert!

Curious to take action? Share and sign this petition from Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice to advocate for a Climate-Friendly Farm Bill in the US Congress, and work to sustain our sacred and precious waterways.