What is Justice Sunday?

Justice Sunday is a UUSC program through which congregations can learn about and engage in a key area of human rights. Each year, Justice Sunday focuses on a particular theme and offers resources and activities for congregations to explore that topic. Your congregation can make a difference! To get started, e-mail volunteerservices @ uusc.org and participate in Justice Sunday 2014.

Justice Sunday 2014

The theme of Justice Sunday 2014 is “Justice Is Planting the Seed.” By highlighting successful models developed in Haiti, this year’s program invites congregations to learn about food security and sustainability. One of the activities we are asking congregations to undertake for Justice Sunday 2014 is to build food gardens and sponsor urban food gardens in Haiti. Build one for own community and sponsor one for a family in Haiti. Individuals and community groups are welcome to participate too! Sign up now by e-mailing volunteerservices @ uusc.org or see our full list of ways to participate in Justice Sunday 2014.

Resources from past Justice Sundays

Each year, Justice Sunday focuses on a particular area of human rights work. Resources from past Justice Sundays are still available, and we encourage you to use them in planning activities in your congregation or community. We have materials for planning advocacy actions, educational events, fundraising programs, and worship services: