What is the UU Climate Justice Coalition?

By Rev. Kelly Dignan The UU Climate Justice Coalition consists of UU organizations coordinating and collaborating to enact climate justice. Grounded in a faithful call as a community of practice, we share resources, build skills, and organize actions that advance a future with climate justice, collective liberation, and a world where all life flourishes.  Currently, […]

Love Letters to Earth ❤️

To the beings in my circle, thank you for YOU. You grace me with your presence. You bring joy and love. Whether you are humans or animal or bird, your uniqueness captivates and celebrates the resilient power of life. May I contribute back to you my care and love for you, my gratitude for you. […]

Foraging as an Earth Care Practice

UU Ministry for Earth’s constituent, Laura Emerson, offers this informative and moving blog post on how UUs can engage with nature closest to us. The climate crisis is a crisis of disconnection. Humans are disconnected from the natural world and have forgotten that we are nature. Restoring a reciprocal relationship with all life addresses a […]

Winter Postcard

Hi! My name is Nasreen Khan. I am the Manager of Communications for UUMFE, but in my life outside of UUMFE, I am a visual artist based in Indianapolis. I make art inspired by my relationship with the natural world. I live in a neighborhood of Indianapolis called Haughville. It is one of the highest […]

A Trip Report on Fall Advocacy!

Greetings!  UUMFE had a full and fulfilling September living our mission: spiritual care for climate justice! Read below for some highlights! Here is a 3 minute recap video of our time in New York. Community is the antidote to climate despair. We need vibrancy, connection and imagination as a faith movement to meet this aching […]

Moving From Despair to Action

Environmental Justice:  Clearing the Air in Pittsburgh Moving from Despair to Action On January 8, 2022, members of the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh engaged in a Congregational Conversation about the environment.  It soon became apparent that many were in a state of paralysis — even despair.  Participants understood very well the profound effects of […]