UUSC Applauds 3 Guilty Verdicts in Derek Chauvin Trial

Challenging Injustice, Advancing Human Rights

Guest at Your Table 2021-2022

Program Theme: Now is the Time for Courageous Change

The injustices and crises of the past year have underscored the importance of our shared goal – a world free from oppression, where all can realize their full human rights. They also have emphasized just how big a task that is.

To meet the enormous challenges of today and build a more just future, we need big ideas and bold change. We must fundamentally transform the way things are, so that we do not perpetuate systemic inequities and repeat the harms of the past.

At UUSC, we believe that the transformational solutions we need come from communities most directly impacted by injustice. Join us for next year’s Guest at Your Table program to learn what UUSC partners are doing to address immediate injustices – as well as what they envision for the future. At this extraordinary juncture in history, we think their stories will offer inspiration and guidance on the path toward justice.

 

Resources Available on September 1, 2021

  • Videos of featured “guests”
  • Stories of Hope highlighting UUSC partner organizations
  • Story for All Ages
  • Sample Sermon
  • Religious Education Activity
  • Donation collection boxes
  • Donation envelopes
  • Template for making homemade boxes
  • And more!

 

What is Guest at Your Table?

Guest at Your Table (GAYT) is UUSC’s annual intergenerational program to raise support for and awareness about key human rights issues. Since UUSC works in more than 20 countries, with over 50 grassroots partners, there are thousands of individuals involved in and who benefit from the work that our members make possible. The program is an opportunity to celebrate grassroots partnership, support human rights, and learn about four of these individuals – the “guests” in Guest at Your Table.

 

Planning a Guest at Your Table Program

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 in this special tradition!

A step-by-step guide for planning your congregation’s Guest at Your Table Program is available here.

To register as your congregation’s Guest at Your Table coordinator, or to request materials or information, please contact Carly Cronon, senior associate for congregational support, at ccronon @ uusc.org.