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How to Be a Good Relative: Reflections from the Promise to Protect Training Tour

How to Be a Good Relative: Reflections from the Promise to Protect Training Tour

A few weekends ago, I had the honor of attending a Promise to Protect Training, as part of a mobilization...

Reflections from MidAmerica Regional Assembly 2019

Earlier this month, I traveled to St. Louis, MO, where I co-presented alongside fellow UUYACJ member Elizabeth Mount at the...

Theologies of Place: Zine Art-Making

Theologies of Place: Zine Art-Making

February 13, 2019 Amelia Diehl
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Theologies of Place: Zine Art-Making Host or Join an Art-Making Party! Art is best shared with a community. Not only...

Theologies of Place: Zine Submission Guidelines

Theologies of Place: Zine Submission Guidelines

February 12, 2019 Amelia Diehl
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Theologies of Place: Zine Submission Guidelines UUYACJ is curating and publishing a zine exploring the threads between place, spirituality and...

Theologies of Place: Zine Inspiration

Theologies of Place: Zine Inspiration

February 12, 2019 Amelia Diehl
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Theologies of Place: Zine Inspiration Why theologies of place? A UU theology of place grounds us in our work for...

Theologies of Place: A Zine for Climate Justice

February 7, 2019 Amelia Diehl
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Theologies of Place: a Zine for Climate Justice In April 2017, members of Ministry for Earth came together and affirmed...

Carl Anthony – “Grandfather of the Environmental Justice Movement” – Speaking at Starr King School for the Ministry on May 26th

Great News! We are privileged and honored to announce that Carl Anthony, “Grandfather of the Environmental Justice Movement”, will be...

May 26th – UUYACJ, UUMFE, & Starr King School for the Ministry Co-Hosting Two Climate & Environmental Justice Programs at Starr King

Are you in the Bay Area or interested in taking a trip to Berkeley for Memorial Day weekend? Check out...

5 Ways You Can Empower & Support Youth-Led Climate Activism

For Climate Justice Month this year, UU Ministry for Earth is observing the importance of intergenerational equity as a component...

Picture of people weaving their climate ribbons into the climate ribbon chalice structure

What do you love and hope to never lose to climate chaos? Tell the Climate Ribbon Chalice

“The Climate Ribbon is an arts ritual to grieve what each of us stands to lose to Climate Chaos, and...

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