Video: Our Senior Minister, Rev. Abhi Janamanchi, speaking at the Unitarian Universalist Association's General Assembly in 2012.
Social Justice AT CEDAr lane
The Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism affirm a vision of justice, acceptance, freedom, and peace. Through advancing this vision with public witness we work to “build a more just world,” not only to be of meaningful service to the broader community but also to live lives of integrity and spiritual growth.
Our social justice ministries serve the local community, work to advance peace and justice internationally, defend the environment and promote human equity and inclusion. This is aided by the Social Justice Team, who supports our social justice groups, offers strategic insight and sustains some of Cedar Lane’s institutional efforts (such as our regular practice of sharing the offering we collect during worship with organizations living out Unitarian Universalist values.)
We invite you to join our Social Justice Bulletin to keep up-to-date on current issues, upcoming events and opportunities for public witness and service. To subscribe, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (You may unsubscribe whenever you choose to do so.)
If you have questions about social justice at Cedar Lane, please contact Andrew Batcher, Consulting Coordinator of Social Justice Ministries (email@example.com). He welcomes your questions and wants to hear about what inspires you towards making positive change!