What is Guest at Your Table?

Guest at Your Table (GAYT) is UUSC’s annual intergenerational program to raise support for and awareness about our work to advance human rights. 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. GAYT 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.

Guest at Your Table 2017-18

UUSC’s grassroots partners make a big difference in their communities, and so does your participation in GAYT. That is why this year’s program theme is Small Change is Big Change.

This year’s guests include a leader of local efforts to respond to climate change in the South Pacific and a Burmese human rights activist. For more information about UUSC’s work in Burma over the past 15 years, please visit this page. Program resources include a sample sermon, a “Story for All Ages,” collection boxes, and a brochure called Stories of Hope that introduces you to this year’s guests.

To register as your congregation’s Guest at Your Table coordinator, or if you have questions about GAYT or about connecting your congregation with UUSC in other ways, please contact Carly Cronon, Associate for Congregational Giving Programs, at ccronon @ uusc.org.

Program Resources

GAYT collection boxes, envelopes, Stories of Hope brochures, and posters are now available!  If you have placed a GAYT materials order before, please use this link to sign-in or retrieve your password.  If you are ordering for the first time, please do so here. Materials will arrive within 8 days of ordering.  Please contact Carly if you have any issues or would like materials to arrive sooner!

Download GAYT 2017-18 resources here: