“A Religion for Our Time” is a video series produced by the national Unitarian Universalist Association that highlights inspiring work in Unitarian Universalist congregations, including innovative projects relating to worship, social justice, membership, and fellowship. Learn and enjoy!

Episode Two in the UUAs “A Religion for Our Time” video series shows how the ministers of three remote Washington State congregations have partnered to create the Living Tradition Institute of the West Puget Sound. By offering team-led programs, they’ve expanded the religious education and social justice opportunities in each church and helped members connect with other Unitarian Universalists.

— Better Together, Creating Congregational Partnerships

Episode Six of the “A Religion for Our Time” series describes how the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego, California, transformed itself from a graying congregation into a multigenerational one. How is the congregation’s commitment to young adult and campus ministry programming grounded? Through a staff person focused on eighteen- to thirty-five-year-olds!

— A Passionate Commitment to Young Adults