Month: May 2021

GA Update for Friday, May 7


Our elections of people to serve the members and congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association are at the heart of our fifth principle of our faith and our trust in the democratic process.

Contested Election
This year, there will … read more.

Social Justice Corner

Climate Change: Global Perspectives, Local Solutions

Tune into a webinar on climate change and its effects by national authority and professor of Earth Sciences at UH Manoa, Dr. Charles “Chip” Fletcher on Saturday May 8th at 9am HST.

To register:  … read more.

Weekly Message from T. J.

Personal Day

Aloha Friends,

Some of you likely picked up in the sermon that I surprised an uninvited visitor in my home last week who was trying to make off with some of my belongings and the belongings of my friend. After giving chase and retrieving all … read more.

Faith Action Message for May 8-9


The State Legislature ended the 2021 session as scheduled on April 29.  It faced substantial difficulties in resolving issues associated with the State budget, but finally completed it. 

However, many community advocates were disappointed in what they considered to be the Legislature’s … read more.

Moral Tales: Parachuting Cats

Today’s RE video takes us on a wild ride through a true story with so much to talk about. First, where is Borneo and is it a country or was it? There’s space to talk about colonization and geography here! Next, what the heck is … read more.