Our work for a better world calls us to unexpected places as we harness love’s power to stop oppression. From grassroots community organizing to interfaith state, national and corporate advocacy; in protest marches, prayer vigils, and press conferences; in homeless shelters and in prisons, Unitarian Universalists put our faith into action.

Part of our work includes community initiatives like these:

Ongoing Community Care Opportunities

  • Kearney Center Meals

    As members, supporting friends, and guests of UUCT, we offer our help in serving lunch and dinner at the homeless shelter. We could always use more Volunteers (6 for Dinners, 5 for Lunches)! Volunteers must be 16 years of age to work in kitchen The serving meals process is fairly easy, and you just show

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  • Canned-Food

    Manna on Meridian

    Throughout the year, we support Manna on Meridian, a food ministry housed at Faith Presbyterian Church. St. Stephen Lutheran Church is a co-sponsor. Our congregation, along with St. Paul‘s United Methodist Church, provides food donations to help fill the pantry. These four churches on Meridian Road all support the philosophy of Manna on Meridian: no

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Recent Community Care Opportunities

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    Share the Plate with the Kearney Center

    The Pandemic has changed much in our community. What it has not changed is the need for shelter (both emergency and long-term) for the clients of the Kearney Center. In fact, the number of homeless in our community has increased. Some may think their small donation doesn’t mean much. That negative thought is incorrect. Every

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  • Share the Plate with Manna on Meridian

    Your February 6 Share the Plate donations will support Manna on Meridian. A combined effort of five local churches, the food pantry has operated for 13 years here on Meridian Road. Manna was founded and continues to be possible because of the donations from member congregations; fueled by the love we feel for our neighbors, especially

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  • Share the Plate with the Educated Choices Program

    The mission of the Educated Choices Program (ECP) is to educate middle school, high school, college students, and community members at large about the impact of their food choices in relation to human, and ecosystem health. By providing information from highly respected scientific sources and promoting respectful dialogue, participants are encouraged to think critically about

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  • Exhale – A Pro-voice Network for those who have had an Abortion

    Exhale is the Pro-voice outlier to the Pro-Choice and Pro-Life groups, which are often at odds in the media and at protests. Exhale supports the women who made an abortion decision by providing them with an outlet to express their feelings. Exhale also supports those whose partners or friends made the decision about having an

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