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Welcome to UUJMCA

UUJMCA is dedicated to bringing justice to those around us.
As Unitarian Universalists, we covenant to bring justice to all of creation;
people, animals, plants, and our planet.

API UU Film Premier

Host: Mt. Diablo UU Church in Walnut CreekWhen: Saturday, May 18, 2024 at 3:00 pm PTLocation: Mt. Diablo UU Church, Please Register for Zoom Link Join us for the premier screening Saturday, May 18 3 p.m. of my new documentary, Invisible No More: Asian Pacific Islanders in Unitarian Universalism. Filmed…

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30 Days of How to get Involved in Immigrant Justice (Continued)

(Continued from https://uujmca.org/2024/uujmca/30-days-of-how-to-get-in-involved-in-immigrant-justice). Day 26. Join the May Day March for Immigrant & Workers Rights. Join the UNITE HERE Local 11 Contingent of the May Day 2024 march for immigrant and workers rights! Our union will meet up on the picket line at the W Hotel where workers have been…

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2024 UUA Common Read Discussion with Rev. Betty Stapleford

REGISTER ONLINE at https://secure.everyaction.com/Ct_NVRn61UKeXyjJxHvelg2 Hosted by Rev. Betty StaplefordMonday, June 3 at 7PMZOOM LINK: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82441623681 There has been a lot of discussion about the need for reparations to the descendants of slaves in the United States, arousing inflammatory rhetoric by some people in our country. Instead, Rev. Dr. Betty Stapleford,…

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Care for Activists in Liberation Movements (C.A.L.M.)

Hosted by Antoinette ScullyTuesday, May 21 at 7PMZOOM LINK: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82441623681 C.A.L.M. Sessions honor our spiritual needs, rooted in activist principles and values. Enjoy music, readings, prayers, and a short reflection. We welcome people of all backgrounds, spiritual paths, and beliefs of goodwill while remaining rooted in Unitarian Universalist practices. Join…

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President’s Corner with Tom Loughrey

This is an important year for all of us, with federal, state, and local races, and issues to address.  How we get our news influences so much of our opinions about what’s going on in the world, how we are impacted, affected, and maybe what we may be missing. I…

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A Word from Pastor AJ

Welcome to our new monthly newsletter!  We hope that you will enjoy once again receiving regular updates from UUJMCA. Going forward we will be providing you information about our activities as well as those of our partners and covenanting communities. The newsletter will be divided in three basic sections. At…

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Around Santa Barbara, Channel Islands, & Ventura

Around the Sacramento Valley

Around San Diego

Around the San Francisco, Silicon Valley, & South Bay

Around San Joaquin Valley

Around Orange County & South Bay

Around the NoCal & North Bay

Around the Inland Empire

Around the Greater Los Angeles Area

Around the East Bay

Immigrant Rights
Reproductive Rights
Queer (LGBTQ+) Rights
Climate & Environmental Justice

“In a time of ever decreasing interconnectedness, UUJMCA is the only UU Social Justice Network in California that connects people using education and programming through our congregations and allies to inspire empathy and collective action through radical inclusivity.”

Our Commitment to You

We are committed to accomplish our justice ministry through education, community organizing, and advocating for justice. All of our justice campaigns are shaped by and rooted in your feedback and viewed through a lens that address Racial Justice, Economic Justice, and Disability Rights . We are here to support YOU, our California UUs in your journey toward justice in your local community. If you are interested in finding out how we can journey  together in any of these areas of justice or if you are looking for support in any other areas of justice,  please let us know!


While we have identified four specific Justice Campaigns for the coming year, we recognize that no area of justice or work of justice exists in isolation. For example, we see the intersection of Environmental Justice and Economic Justice, acknowledging that those of our community who are in lower income communities are most affected by negative environmental impact.

Additionally, our siblings who are black, indigenous, and people of color are most deeply affected by assaults on Reproductive Rights, Queer (LGBTQ+) Rights, and Immigrant Rights. These are only two areas of intersectionality. As we move forward toward liberating justice for all people and care filled justice for our planet, we will be continuing our work in all these areas of justice with continuous review of areas of intersectionality.