Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington, KY

Social Justice

Social Activism

Activism in local, national and international issues involving social and environmental justice is a key part of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington, and is in keeping with the Unitarian Universalist Association Principles

Pride Fest

Webinar Series

The MidAmerica UUA Region is proud to announce a series of webinars that are being done in collaboration with the Minnesota UU Social Justice Alliance. This six-part series is free, held on the second Tuesday evening each month from January to June, and UUCL has reserved a classroom for group viewing. Anyone interested in Social Justice is invited to participate.  

To participate on your own, go to https://www.midamericauua.org/resources/justice for more information.

We will make these monthly webinars available at UUCL.

  • Breaking Down the Silos: An Assessment Model for Social Justice-Rooted Congregations - PART 1/2
    Tuesday, January 9, 2018, 07:45pm - 09:00pm
  • Breaking Down the Silos: An Assessment Model for Social Justice-Rooted Congregations - PART 2/2
    Tuesday, February 13, 2018, 07:45pm - 09:00pm
  • And Each Day We Mean One More: Organizing 101 for Congregational Justice Leaders
    March 13, 2018 07:45pm - 09:00pm
  • From Charity to Solidarity: Developing Accountable Partnerships with Theological & Spiritual Humility
    April 10, 2018, 07:45pm - 09:00pm
  • Justice-Making as Faith Formation: Social Justice Ministry with Children & Youth
    May 8, 2018, 07:45pm - 09:00pm
  • A Strange Power to Spring in Us: Building Resiliency & Spiritual Grounding for Justice Makers
    June 12, 2018, 07:45pm - 09:00pm

Music With a Message

Our Congregation voted unanimously to adopt a resolution in support of Move to Amend, calling for a constitutional amendment to enable limits on corporate campaign donations. As part of our Music With a Message series David Cobb of the national Move to Amend initiative spoke at the church on August 27, 2014. 

Our next Music With a Message was October 17, 2014 in partnership with Faith Feeds/GleanKY.


Here's a sampling of ongoing projects that our church members are involved in are:

To support additional social action throughout our community, we often make our meeting space available to community action groups that need inexpensive, safe planning space.

If you have an activity to add to this list, or would like to contact someone about getting involved, please email us.