Black UU Meetups

Meeting Up with Other Black UUs

One of the most difficult aspects of being a Black Unitarian Universalist in a predominantly white congregation and Association is the sense of isolation that persists. So any opportunity to gather face-to-face can offer spiritual uplift that may not otherwise be readily available.

With this in mind, we recognize that we may get the occasional request from a Black UU to meet up with other Black UUs in the area, with all the necessary safety precautions in mind, in light of the pandemic, for coffee or for a visit to a local congregation, once they reopen. You get the idea. Let’s come together to grow together!

So if you’re coming into a new area for a limited time or permanently, or just haven’t connected with other Black UUs where you’ve been, fill out the form below. And if there are folks in your area who we know about, the BLUUMin Network will be delighted to connect you!

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    Social GatheringsOne-on-One ConnectionAttending a UU ServiceAny or all of the aboveOther

    Email addressPhone numberBothNeither - Please email orCall me first

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