Update 12/8/22: The Biden administration has now appealed Judge Sullivan's ruling, backtracking yet again on their promises to protect asylum rights. While the outcome of the litigation is not yet clear, the administration's decision increases the odds that Title 42 will remain in effect past its currently-scheduled end date.

Challenging Injustice, Advancing Human Rights

The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee advances human rights through grassroots collaborations.

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Connection Building

Learn about our Congregational Liason program.

Congregational Liaison Program

UUSC congregational liaisons are core members of our network, connecting congregations to UUSC fundraising and advocacy opportunities. Volunteering their time and talents, these individuals strengthen their congregation’s collaboration with UUSC’s advocacy and activism staff, and maintain ongoing communication about opportunities with their congregation’s ministers and lay leaders.

Resources for congregational liaisons:

  • Monthly newsletter with updates on UUSC’s current human rights work and opportunities for liaisons to engage their congregations.
  • Phone briefings from UUSC staff about visits with grassroots partners and current initiatives.
  • Display and tabling materials, including publications, newsletters, banners and posters.
  • Dedicated staff contact for personalized support.
  • UUSC staff speakers available for for workshops, preaching and other congregational events.
  • Customized membership and giving reports for congregations

Interested in becoming a congregational liaison or have questions? Please contact Laura Randall, Associate Director of Development for Congregation Relations, at lrandall @ uusc.org.