Congregational Stories

Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival Project – Multi-faceted, Multi-Generational Project hosted by Second Unitarian Church of Omaha

A Thriving Ministry of Local Foods – UU Rockland, ME

UUs Choose Justice Through Fair Trade – All Souls Church, Unitarian in Washington, DC and Unitarian Universalist Society: East in Manchester, CT are two of many congregations participating in the UUSC Coffee Project

UUs Support CIW for Justice in the Tomato Fields – UU Church in Ft. Myers, FL

Update: Over 150 congregations registered and shared their Earth Day activities with UUMFE. More than half the congregations planned Earth Day events around food and environmental justice, including the 40/40/40 project. Here is a list of events, as of May 9, 2010. We will continue to keep the list updated. If you see an idea that appeals to you, and would like more detailed information, contact the congregation through its office e-mail, available through the find a congregation feature on the UUA website homepage. Even though Earth Day is over for this year, please send an e-mail to office@uuministryforearth.org with any stories or photos that you wish to share (be sure to provide photo credit information and your permission for us to publish your materials).

Photo: Second Unitarian Church of Omaha, Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival, October 2009