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UU Ministry for Earth

Dear friend,

As the summer winds down and a new liturgical church year begins, people of faith and conscience will join communities all over the world to Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice this weekend. What a beautiful and powerful way to kick off a new season with determination and bold vision for a just and sustainable world! 

In this time of change and renewal, UU Ministry for Earth invites you to reflect and set new intentions for engaging deeply in the call for climate and environmental justice.



What is your prayer for sacred waters?

The clarity and strength of the Water Protector's prayers rippled out waves of inspiration for self-determination and clean water around the world. Take a moment to reflect on how the upwelling of Indigenous-led and community-led movements to protect sacred waters has made an impact on your own perspective and relationship to water.

Share Your Prayer

Solidarity with Standing Rock


Join the Sept. 13th Webinar on UU Solidarity with Indigenous Water Protectors

This summer, Unitarian Universalists passed an Action of Immediate Witness expressing a commitment to ongoing solidarity with Indigenous Water Protectors. On the evening of September 13th, UUs will have the opportunity and honor of joining a webinar with Indigenous Water Protectors and family members who are facing federal charges and prison sentences. Join this call for an update on the movement and a chance to deepen involvement.

Pam Sparr


Engage in Prophetic Imagination with Pam Sparr

What would Unitarian Universalist Climate and Environmental Justice ministries look like if they embodied our boldest and most prophetic imagination? Explore this question and engage your prophetic imagination with UU lay-leader Pamela Sparr and the Environmental Justice Practitioners Network (EJPN) on Wednesday, September 26th, at 7:30 EST / 4:30 PST. 

Learn More



Set Up Your Account on Create Climate Justice Net

The Create Climate Justice Net was created by UUMFE and the Unitarian Universalist Association to give UU climate and environmental justice activists and coalition partners a valuable tool for education, collaboration, and organizing. Have you set up your personal account yet? How about an account for your congregation's Earth ministry? Now is a great time to join, and we are here to help should you have any questions!

Water protector Photo by Rick Danielson | Pastor, Community UCC, Boulder, Colorado
Pam Sparr Photo courtesy of the Eliot Institute


Creamy Red Pepper & Tomato Soup

Bonus treat! A savory creation Creamy Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Soup.

Visit UU Ministry for Earth online at uumfe.org
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