The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee is our denomination's voice and arm for human rights witness and action. The UUSC is a membership organization; by joining, you can receive information and action alerts on topics of interest. The UUSC also organizes unique opportunities to translate your values into action by participating in on-the-ground projects around the world. UUSC has been active on issues such as the genocide in Darfur, US involvement in torture, recovery from Hurricane Katrina, and the right to safe and reliable water around the world.
Friend of UUSC work to educate and engage our congregation in the work of the SErvice Committee. For more information, visit the UUSC's web site or contact University Unitarian's representative to the UUSC, Pete Guest.