Justice With Joy

If we want to weave our Unitarian Universalist beliefs into our lives and become a more effective congregation, then we need to engage with religious practices in four distinct locations. Today we will explore each of these locations and consider how embodying spiritual practices on a regular basis might enhance our lives both as individuals and as a community, ultimately leading to joy-filled justice-making. Our worship leader is JRUUC’s own Carin Bringelson, Intern Minister of First Unitarian Society of Madison.

Join us for this service via an on-line Zoom Meeting

Share the Plate

  • Our share the plate recipient on April 19th and 26th is the Voces de la Frontera Direct Relief Fund for Covid-19 Relief in Wisconsin. Voces de la Frontera are currently raising funds to assist the victims of the Covid-19 Pandemic, which threatens thousands of undocumented workers with losing their jobs and livelihood across the state. Unlike other pandemic victims, undocumented immigrants do not qualify for federal assistance such as FEMA nor Unemployment benefits.