You The Creator of Justice” is a program of creative empowerment. It stresses the importance of supporting and affirming each other’s creative abilities and connection to the creative power of the universe. Sessions emphasize a connection to religious thinking, especially the Unitarian Universalist Principles and Purposes.  Moved by love and gathered in spirit, we embrace our responsibility toward one another and the world at large. We strive to be active in peace-making and other efforts to improve our world.  The sessions explore our legacy, from both Universalism and Unitarianism, of living our connections in loving service, inquiry, and action for social justice.

Our focus this winter is racial justice.  We’ll be learning about the importance of identity, understanding history, listening to the experiences of others, maintaining hope as we work for justice, and giving service.  Read more about what we are learning, and explore resources related to racial justice.

In the fall, we focused our learning on local hunger as a social justice issue.  Our service learning retreat was full of fun and learning!  Read more about our work at Northwest Harvest, budgeting and grocery shopping, and cooking and eating food together.