Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth is a seedbed for spiritual grounding and education that inspires deep practices of Earth care, justice and flourishing for all.
A world in which reverence, gratitude, and care for each other and for the living Earth are central to the lives of all people.
- We are grounded in faith and spirituality. We affirm and promote the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism as well as the proposed 8th principle of Unitarian Universalism, and we understand climate justice to be a moral imperative.
- We are grounded in environmental justice. We affirm and promote the framework of race- and class-informed environmental justice and strive to center the leadership and needs of frontline communities.
- We are grounded in partnership and collective action. We know that individual consumption choices are not enough; it is only through partnership and collective action that we can save our biosphere.
UUMFE is led by a board of directors, a small staff, and many volunteers.
UUMFE governing documents, conflict of interest policy, and Annual Form 990 are available to the public upon request to Treasurer@uumfe.orgLEARN MORE
Caring for the interdependent web of life is a core spiritual practice of Unitarian Universalism. UUMFE is firmly rooted in the long history of our faith’s prophetic action on environmental and human rights issues.LEARN MORE