What inspires you to connect to the rest of nature and create a life affirming society?

The EcoJustice Action Group is dedicated to bringing the UUA 7th Principle and “web of life” programs to the congregation and wider community.  Our main focus is responding to climate change through diverse programming designed to encourage changing life practices, individually and institutionally. This includes the process of  applying for the UUA Ministry for Earth’s Green Sanctuary Certification as a resource umbrella for deepening BVUUF’s commitment to our shared environment.

By acting together we:

  • Utilize the “Our Place in the Web of Life” curriculum to engage the congregation in various waste, energy, land, water and climate issues through an EcoJustice lens.
  • Form relationships with the Building Committee, Sunday Service Associates and Religious Education (known as the School of the Spirit at the Fellowship) as part of a long term commitment to greening our sanctuary building and our own actions.
  • Learn from the spiritual traditions of our indigenous neighbors and deepen our relationship with the indigenous communities who call Boulder home through participation in and support for Right Relationship Boulder and the Interfaith Luncheon on Indigenous People’s Day.
  • Understand the climate impacts and ethical importance of a vegetarian diet through film and books discussions, complemented by vegan pot lucks.
  • Network with GreenFaith Boulder, Interfaith Power and Light, UUA climate activists and local environmental groups to act together to bring about political and social change.
  • Promote fair trade, organic coffee and chocolate, with funds supporting both Fellowship and the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee’s Fair Trade Project.

The group generally meets on the 3rd Sunday of the month. Come to any program or meeting, as advertised in the Fellowship’s Connections Weekly, or email us at: ecojustice@bvuuf.org.

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