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Guest at Your Table

UUSC's longest-standing fundraising and educational program for congregations.

2019-2020 Theme: Women Leaders, Strong Communities

From Burma to Nicaragua, UUSC is proud to partner with women leaders who are increasing representation for women in their communities, while strengthening access to justice for all. Please join us for UUSC’s upcoming Guest at Your Table program to learn more about women leaders who are advancing human rights in new and innovative ways.

Materials will be available on September 1, 2019 and will include:

  • Sample sermon
  • Moment for all ages
  • Human rights activity for children
  • Booklet of four stories highlighting women leaders in human rights

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 over 25 countries, with over 75 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 just 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!

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

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

Give to Guest at Your Table

Donations to Guest at Your Table help UUSC and our partners respond to extraordinary human rights challenges of today, address root causes of injustice, and build capacity to respond to future crises. Make a gift to Guest at Your Table through UUSC’s secure donation portal →

You can also access the donation page using the URL uusc.org/givetoguest. To donate via mail, please make checks out to “UUSC” with “GAYT” in the memo field, and send to: Guest at Your Table  •  UUSC •  PO Box 808  •  Newark, NJ 07101-0808

 


Past Programs

2018-2019 Theme: Justice Across Borders

This past year, UUSC highlighted Central American Migrant Justice during Guest at Your Table, providing the following materials below. For an overview video about our Justice Across Borders program, please click here.

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Downloadable resources:

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