Who We Are

The Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of North Carolina joyfully organizes UUs to co-create a transformative movement for justice through spiritual grounding, collaboration, and imagination.

We live into this mission by:

  • Deepening relationships among UU congregations and individuals in NC to both cultivate a network of support and harness our power as 5,000+ UUs in the state.
  • Working in close relationship with justice partners in NC who are aligned with our UU values and doing transformative work in our state.
  • Moving in alignment with our larger faith. This includes participating in national UU justice campaigns and educational opportunities to deepen our faith, knowledge and skills.

The scope of our work is reflective of the intersectional nature of the movement for liberation. As Audre Lorde said, “There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives.” UU Justice NC’s ministry spans racial, economic, environmental, immigrant, electoral justice and more.

Join the Friday Action Hour Community

Join us every Friday at 11:00am on Zoom for Friday Action Hour! Every week, UU's and justice partners across the state gather to recap the past week and take action on the issues impacting our state and country. And there is always great music to help us feel the justice movement in our bones! All are welcome! Join us via Zoom and sign up for our weekly Friday Action Hour Email