Category: Social Justice
We continue to welcome guests into our parking lot as a part of the Safe Parking program, and there continues to be a lack of support and affordable housing for far too many people, including families.
We’re not powerless in addressing the issue of those who … read more.
Our Safe Parking Guests – those people living in their vehicles whom we host in our parking lot – depend on gas to get to work, keep warm overnight, and even charge their mobile phones that are essential for communication with service providers, family, and … read more.
Rev. Linda got to hear Ibram X. Kendi at the UUA General Assembly, and wrote this reflection below for The Inquirer, a Unitarian magazine in the United Kingdom.
The small print in the programme booklet noted that in order to get into the hall where the … read more.
One of my friends said, “in no other nation.” And she’s right. Ten days ago, 10 people were killed by a gunman as they shopped for groceries. One was 32 years old. The oldest was an 82-year-old woman.
And today it was Robb Elementary School in … read more.
The TUUC Social Justice Committee Housing Subcommittee urges you to write your Pierce County Council Member and encourage them to vote for proposed Ordinance 2022-36. This ordinance will facilitate enlarging the Safe Parking program in Pierce County. This is a revision of an ordinance recently … read more.
Balance, someone once quipped, is having a cookie in both hands. These days, I find myself wishing it was that easy. As the pandemic continues to surge and recede, as spring continues to dance between late winter scudding clouds and drizzle and those perfect soft … read more.
Fifteen TUUC congregants – with important support from TUUC Minister, Rev. Dr. Linda Hart, and TUUC Church Administrator, Libby Ball – are truly helping create a revolution powered by good boundaries, kindness, and compassion for those living in their vehicles. Every visit to tidy the … read more.
It may be hard to imagine a parking lot equipped with a portable toilet, a cold water handwashing station, and trash disposal and recycling can save lives. It does. And the Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Congregation is part of this effort.
Most of you are familiar with … read more.