Faith In Action

Here are some action alerts to help you take action today!

And, learn more about the work of UU congregations in MA!

Chris Crass, 2019 Keynote

Chris Crass, 2019 Keynote

UU Legislative Advocacy Day! 

Join us on Tue April 9th for the 14th UU Legislative Advocacy Day!

Key note Speaker: Chris Crass

Link: Tickets ($25 until 3/29, then $40)

Link: Step 2, Provide more info about yourself

Link: Flyer

Link: Facebook Event Page

Link: Publicity Blurb

Register for the UU Advocacy Day Prep Webinar, April 4th, 7:00 PM

We begin our day in celebration at the Arlington St. Church. We'll sing and worship together, honor our outstanding volunteers and hear from an inspirational keynote speaker!
Then, attendees will be grouped by Senate constituency at the lunch break, during which time you can strategize about your meeting. Everyone heads to the State House at 1:00 PM to meet with their legislators.

Creating Sanctuary Everywhere

Creating Sanctuary Everywhere

Shifting Resources, Building Power

There are several funds that have a direct impact on supporting immigrant families - raising bond, helping to pay legal fees and supporting families in crisis with funds for housing, food clothing and other emergency expenses. Please support this work today.

Metrowest Immigrant Solidarity Network - Neighbors Fund


Boston Immigrant Justice Accompaniment Network

This link takes you the fiscal sponsor, Episcopal City Mission. Select “Beyond Bond & Legal Defense Fund”

The Boston Immigrant Justice Network is seeking monthly donors to support the hotline project. Click the botton below to learn more.

Highlighted Event!

Highlighted Event!

Youth Climate Strike

As part of the global movement, youth from across Massachusetts will be striking on March 15 to fight for our futures & demand that our lawmakers put an end to climate change. If you care about our future, please join us! #YouthStrikesUSA #ClimateStrike #YouthClimateStrike #GreenNewDeal

We are striking to demand the following:

  1. A reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in line with the October 2018 IPCC Special Report on Global Warming

  2. World leaders come together and take action that ensures global warming remains under 1.5 degrees Celsius

  3. U.S. leaders implement the Green New Deal and other legislative actions that help to solve the climate crisis