Thank you for helping UUSC raise awareness and support for human rights through Guest at Your Table! By coordinating a Guest at Your Table celebration for your congregation, you help participants of all ages nurture lasting connections to UU principles, build awareness about social justice and human rights, and strengthen UUSC's work. Thank you for joining us for the 40th anniversary of this special UU tradition.

How to sign up

To register as your congregation's coordinator, please send an e-mail to Volunteer Services at volunteerservices@uusc.org with your contact information and congregation name, city, and state.

If you have any questions, feel free to send Volunteer Services an e-mail.

How to plan your congregation's program

Stories of Hope

Guest at Your Table introduces you to grassroots leaders around the world who are advancing human rights. Whether you are holding a worship service, planning a religious education activity, or hosting a Guest at Your Table dinner, we invite you to think of these leaders as your “guests" and to share the following stories:

Worship and religious education resources

Meal-planning resources

To help you make the most of your Guest at Your Table experience as a congregation coordinator, we are developing resources with best practices for meal planning and fundraising as well as worship materials. Check this page often as we will be updating it frequently with new materials. The following resources are now available:

Fundraising

More about Guest at Your Table

Wrap Up Materials