The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) carries on social justice work at a national and international level, and provides many informational resources and participatory opportunities to congregations. Visit Justice and Inclusion to learn more about UUA and UUA-affiliated social justice programs.
The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) is a nonprofit, nonsectarian organization advancing human rights together with an international community of grassroots partners and advocates.
We are a member congregation of UU Mass Action and participate in its annual State House Advocacy Day and other initiatives.
Several members of our church community work with Sharon Interfaith Action, a local interfaith coalition which works closely with Brockton Interfaith Community, a community organizing partnership in the nearby city of Brockton.
We are active in the Five Points Cluster of area UU congregations, including sharing resources and collaborating on social justice programs, as well as helping to stock and staff the Cluster’s CommUnity Closet clothing pantry.