The Social Justice Committee of the Unitarian Church of Sharon creates energy for social action by offering opportunities for action and education to foster the ethical and spiritual growth of people of all ages. We create a culture of activism to make the world a better place. We invite you to join us as we work to:
- Create an awareness of social issues within our congregation and in the larger community;
- Offer members and friends the opportunity to financially support local, national and international organizations;
- Create opportunities for group participation in local and international service projects; and
- Support legislation and activism to promote social justice.
Read about our Church’s efforts to promote justice in our country and the world, including weekly Brown Envelope contributions, Father Bill’s MainSpring House, English as a Second Language Program, area food pantries and others. UPDATE COMING SOON!
Discover more about how our Church supports social action programs.
Our Partner Church in Romania
Learn about our Partner Church in Gyulakuta, Romania.
UU and Interfaith Social Justice Connections
Learn about UUA and UU-affiliated social justice initiatives and our connections to local interfaith groups.
The Unitarian Church of Sharon has been recognized as a “Welcoming Congregation” by the UUA. Find out more about what this means and why we’re so proud of it.
Join us as we continue to expand our web of sustainability knowledge, connections, and practices, drawing upon our congregation’s strength and expertise, other UU organizations, and our local community to save the only planet we’ll ever have.
(Note: Links to websites of organizations do not necessarily denote endorsement of those organizations by the Unitarian Church of Sharon.)