The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee advances human rights through grassroots collaborations.
Plan Now to Participate in UUSC Justice Sunday!
UUSC Justice Sunday is an annual spring program which provides an opportunity for Unitarian Universalist congregations to come together and collectively act for human rights. This year we’ll explore how UUSC’s history of international justice work and defying fascism shapes our current partnerships for global solidarity.
Please earmark Sunday, April 7 on your calendar to hold a UUSC Justice Sunday service in your congregation!
Sign up here to receive an email reminder after March 1 when planning materials to support your program become available for downloading online.
Additional Links for Worship Services:
- UUSC Offering Introduction Video
- Story for All Ages Video – “How UUSC Began”
- Illustrated Story for All Ages Video – “The Parrot and the Eagles”
- Short video of staff members introducing UUSC
- 80th Anniversary Testimonials Video
- Donation page for congregational collections
- QR Code for congregational collections
- “What are Human Rights” video for ages 5+
Make a Gift
Donations help UUSC join with over 60 grassroots organizations to bolster community-led human rights initiatives around the globe. Make a gift to UUSC Sunday through our secure donation portal.
To donate by mail, please make checks out to “UUSC” with “UUSC Sunday” in the memo field, and send to: UUSC • PO Box 808 • Newark, NJ 07101-0808
What is UUSC Sunday?
An annual spring program for congregations, UUSC Sunday (also known as Justice Sunday) complements and continues Guest at Your Table, which offers congregations a broader look at UUSC’s mission and programs. To order UUSC Sunday donation envelopes or other UUSC print publications, or to ask a question about how UUSC can support your congregation in taking part in UUSC Sunday, please contact Julian Sharp, Senior Associate for Congregation Support, at jsharp @ uusc.org.