UUSC Calls Biden’s Asylum Ban a Stunning Betrayal of U.S. Commitments

Challenging Injustice, Advancing Human Rights

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

UUSC Welcomes You to GA 2023!

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Join UUSC at General Assembly 2023!

We look forward to being with you virtually and in-person in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania!

With a registration through the UUA, you’ll be able to access UUSC’s GA offerings.

Our favorite thing about General Assembly is connecting with our incredible UUSC members. If you are attending General Assembly in Pittsburgh this year, please let us know! We would love to set aside a small thank you gift for you as a token of our appreciation for all that you do to advance human rights.

Stop By Our Booth

Whether you are participating in General Assembly in-person or online this year, we would love to connect with you at our booth. Stop by booth #404 to learn more about our grassroots partners who are demanding justice in Burma (also called Myanmar) and take action in support of their work.

On-Demand Workshops:

No More Mission Trips: Disaster Response as Justice

Have you gone on a church service trip? Want to? What are the values you centered during the trip? What harm might have been done? Join the College of Social Justice in an in-depth look at the possibilities and pitfalls of “service-learning.” Let’s show up well when we show up!

Supporting Asylum Seekers as a Congregation

Many congregations are being called to take greater action for justice. How do we make faithful decisions and have a fuller understanding of the risks of action or inaction? Join us to learn about a deeper analysis of when we should say yes or no to an ask.

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