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Community Ministry

UU community ministers work in areas of social justice, chaplaincy, authorship and the arts, and educational and institutional leadership. This is ministry beyond the churches – it is community ministry.


Notable in UU History
Samuel West (of New Bedford)

Samuel West (of New Bedford) (1730-1807)

Samuel West, the fourth minister of that part of Dartmouth which now makes the city of ... Read More
Margaret Moseley

Margaret Moseley: Mountain-Moving Civil Rights Activist, 1901-1997

A community peace and civil rights activist, Moseley was born in Dedham, Massachusetts in 1901, and ... Read More
Howard Thurman

Howard Thurman

When I [Herbert Vetter] once served as chair of a conference of clergy gathered at Philips ... Read More

Kahlil Gibran and Charles W. Eliot

Harvard Square Library is pleased to present online a recent article about a meeting between Harvard ... Read More