social justicE COMMITTEE

 

For centuries, Unitarians and Universalists have been

engaged in working for justice. Unitarians and Universalists

both believed that all people deserved to live freely,

assured of their safety, with options to make their own

lives and this world better. We continue this legacy with

a deep Congregational commitment to justice, equality,

mercy and compassion. Our work for justice takes many

forms and addresses many areas from environmental

justice to food justice to LGBTQ justice. Our initiatives are

spearheaded by congregants passionate about creating a

heaven for all people on this Earth.

MISSION

The Social Justice Committee (SJC) is committed to developing opportunities for our Congregation to live out our Unitarian Universalist principles in the broader community.  We strive to do these things in a way that is mindful and respectful of our diverse UUCHV community, by increasing awareness and sensitivity to social and environmental justice issues; and by promoting personal responsibility to become the change we want to see in the world.  The Social Justice Committee seeks to fulfill its mission by setting annual initiatives which will be conveyed to the Congregation through Education, Advocacy, and Service.

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SOCIAL JUSTICE PROGRAMS

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Questions?

Contact Committee Chair

Virginia (Ginny) Stillman

ginnystillman44@gmail.com 

LOCATION

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Unitarian Universalist Congregation
of the Hudson Valley
2021 Albany Post Road
Croton-on-Hudson NY 10520

914 271 4283

office@uuchudsonvalley.org

office hours: Mon-Fri - 2pm-6pm

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