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UUA rebranding is part of larger effort to grow

Boston Magazine interviews Unitarian Universalist Association President the Rev. Peter Morales and other UU leaders about the UUA’s recent rebranding efforts and how to reach the growing numbers of people who are not interested in attending church. (Boston Magazine - 6.2014)

Pennsylvania UUs get marriage equality, and more LGBTQ justice work

The Rev. Robert F. Renjilian of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York, Pa., calls the ruling that overturned the state’s ban on same-sex marriage “a win for love.” He looks forward to helping plan wedding ceremonies for same-sex couples in his community. (York Daily Record - 5.25.14)

The Rev. Eric Posa, of the Unitarian Church of Harrisburg, Pa., and the Rev. Ann Mason, of the UU Church of Lancaster, performed several same-sex wedding ceremonies after the state’s ban was struck down. (The Patriot News - 5.25.14)

Other Pennsylvania marriage-equality celebration stories include:

“Midstate Unitarian churches look forward to same-sex marriage services” (The Patriot News - 5.22.14)
“Main Line Unitarian Church offers free same-sex weddings” (Main Line Media News - 5.22.14)
“Gay marriage: Seven couples wed at Unitarian church in Lancaster” (Lancaster Online - 5.24.14)

The UU Fellowship of Door County in Ephraim, Wisc., will show an exhibit called, “Shall Not Be Recognized,” during the month of June. It includes photographs of Milwaukee-area same-sex couples in long-term relationships and was created to show opposition to the state’s ban on same-sex marriages. (Door County Advocate - 5.23.14)

Members of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Topeka, Kans., have played a prominent role in speaking out in support of LGBTQ people and helping to make their city—also the hometown of Westboro Baptist church—much more inclusive to all. (Huffington Post - 5.23.14)

UUA shareholder activism calls for greater transparency

Chevron Corp. rejected a proposal sponsored by the UUA to split the roles of chairman and chief executive officer. Such a split is part of a long-running campaign by the UUA and other shareholder activists to increase oversight and transparency in these large corporations. (Reuters - 5.28.14)

A ‘catastrophe’ for Texas women and families

The Rev. Daniel Kanter, of the First Unitarian Church of Dallas, Tex., writes about the crisis in women’s health care in his state, created by politicians who wish to attack Planned Parenthood and other vital health care service providers to women and families in the state. (RH Reality Check - 5.29.14)

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