Lead the way!
Soul Work is Our Work!
“Beloved Community includes welcome, celebration, presence, and a sense that “we are all in this together.” It is knowing that wherever I find myself I am safe and all others are safe, and that justice, equity and compassion is extended to all. Beloved Community means that when the Other is encountered the response is the extension of hospitality and friendship rather than suspicion, mistrust, and regarding difference as a threat. I dream of a world where people are not only able to cross borders but don’t even erect borders or walls to be crossed.” Taquiena Boston, Director of Identity-based Ministries, UUA
Adult and youth lay leaders, ministers, seminarians – Unitarian Universalists willing to use hearts and hands in the service of dismantling systems of privilege and oppression within our community faith… Willing to use minds and selves in the service of holy work, prophetic work, our Soul Work of creating Beloved multiracial/multicultural Community of Love and Justice that we aspire to, help lead the way.
Resources are being constantly developed as tools to engage us and guide us towards anti-oppressive multicultural communities. Please begin by checking out the tools and resources we have made available.
If you think of resources that have been helpful and would like to share them, please email email@example.com .