Partnerships / Resources

"I want to be with people who submerge in the task, who go into the fields to harvest and work in a row and pass the bags along, who are not parlor generals and field deserters but move in a common rhythm when the food must come in or the fire be put out."  Marge Piercy

This section is under construction.   Please add to these lists by contacting us.

 Partnering with other state-level organizations about projects and initiatives of common interest helps us avoid “re-inventing the wheel”, saves time, and enables us to contribute our experience and strength. It also enables us to learn from others.

 This section might be considered an emerging library or directory containing a list of potential partner organizations that we may work with when our priorities and theirs intersect

Once our UU congregations reach a consensus about categories of issues as priorities, the Current Priorities sections for those topics will contain links to partners with which we have an active relationship.

 Disclaimer: It is important to note that listing these organizations is intended as a convenience to visitors to this site. Their presence here does not imply an endorsement of their mission or public statements they may make.

 Potential Partnerships


 Coalition to Protect North Carolina Families –This site is full of useful information about Marriage Equality continuing efforts in our state.

 Haw River Assembly– Its mission is to promote environmental education, conservation and pollution prevention; to speak as a voice for the river in the public arena; and to put into peoples’ hands the tools and the knowledge they need to be effective guardians of the river.

 North Carolina Council of Churches –The Council enables denominations, congregations, and people of faith to individually and collectively impact our state on many issues such as economic justice and development, human well being, equality, compassion and peace, following the example and mission of Jesus Christ.

 People of Faith Against the Death PenaltyThis is a nonpartisan, nonprofit, interfaith organization whose mission is to educate and mobilize faith communities to act to abolish the death penalty in the United States. Founded in 1994 in North Carolina, PFADP focuses its programs on organizing among faith communities.