It is the mission of the Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of North Carolina (UUJMNC) to provide a faith-based means for strengthening social justice programs at the congregational level, foster communication and common cause among UU congregations in our state, and to be a resource for public policy and legislative information and contact with other organizations that share our values and priorities. 

En las acciones                        es el poder!


UULMNC Priorities

  • Criminal Justice & Death Penalty Reform
  • Economic Justice & Alleviating Poverty
  • Environment & Climate Change
  • Healthcare Access & Reform
  • Immigration Policy Reform
  • Marriage & LGBT Equality
  • Public Safety
  • Racial & Multicultural Justice
  • Voter Supression

  "Find the good. And, praise it."  Alex Haley


What's New!

Call for Congregation Liaisons from each UU congregation in North Carolina. Liaisons are critical links with this Network for the exchange of information, justice news, and justice alerts. Time commitment is less than one hour each month, if that. See April News letter for current list of Liaisons. If interested, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .The April 28 edition of the Newsletter can be found in the News & Events section of this website.


Our Approach

We are ministers and lay members of Unitarian Universalist congregations in North Carolina who continue to work in our respective communities and with other local partner organizations to serve families and individuals, including farm workers and others who need help, hope, and a vision of how to improve their circumstances. We do this every day and every week.

But, we also believe we can do more. This Legislative Ministry seeks to enter public discussions concerning public policy matters that affect those whom we serve, and we also pursue matters that connect with our UU Principles. Our goal is to inform our congregations and the public about issues that we believe will create better prospects for all citizens of North Carolina.


Priority Issues

Many Unitarian Universalists sometimes feel overwhelmed at the prospect of working in the area of social justice. “Where to begin?” We say. “How shall we decide or select priority areas?” “How shall we sharpen our focus and still cover the issues that will honor our Principles and, at the same time, satisfy all UU priorities?”