The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all
— our sixth Unitarian Universalist Principle
Our denomination has a long history of supporting Social Justice causes such as hunger and homelessness, civil and human rights, caring for the environment, welcoming the stranger and speaking truth to power.
From grassroots community organizing to interfaith state, national, and corporate advocacy; in protest marches, prayer vigils, and press conferences; in homeless shelters and partnering with local organizations, we put our faith into action through service work and initiatives to break down divisions, heal isolation, and honor the interconnectedness of all life and all justice issues.
At the UUFF, we work on state and national outreach projects, local outreach projects and funding, and various justice activities within our church.
There are many ways to be involved, to create and amplify justice in our own local communities and in the larger world. Take part in some of our Good Works (ongoing justice activities), affirm your commitments to Side with Love and be a Welcoming Congregation, and watch for announcements of additional justice events and opportunities as they arise.
On Social Media
UUFF Social Justice is a private Facebook group that serves as a clearinghouse for actions people associated with the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fayetteville, Arkansas might take to promote social justice. Postings should inform and promote UUs 7 Principles.
Nothing posted in this Facebook group is officially sanctioned by the UUFF. Rather, this group is a way to spread the word to like-minded folks.
Join the Team
Interested in deeper service? Consider our UUFF Justice Team, whose responsibilities are to select Share the Plate recipients and manage the Justice events calendar.