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TRUUsT would like to welcome all trans/non-binary UUs to join together for worship and fellowship Wednesday June 24th at 4pm Eastern / 1pm Pacific. Please contact CommUUnityLibrary@gmail.com for the Zoom room information.
This week, the UU World published a piece about trans people that caused deep harm. TRUUsT, the organization of trans UU religious professionals, responds. Continue reading
An unprecedented report on a survey of trans UUs shows that UU congregations are not currently safe, affirming, and spiritually fulfilling for the majority of trans people, and points the way forward. Continue reading
A new directory provides a way for UU congregations to hire trans and/or people of color religious professionals for consultations, trainings, guest preaching, and more. Continue reading
In the wake of the continued assault on trans lives, TRUUsT calls on Unitarian Universalists everywhere to take five immediate actions to support trans UUs. Continue reading
Three members of the TRUUsT community have volunteered to serve as interim/acting steering committee members and help TRUUsT move forward. Continue reading
TRUUsT is saddened to share that Rev. Anya Johnston and Terry Cummings are no longer on the steering committee of TRUUsT. Both Anya and Terry profoundly broke the TRUUsT covenant and would not engage in efforts to call them back … Continue reading
The steering committee of TRUUsT has teamed up with the Unitarian Universalist Association’s office of Multicultural Growth & Witness to collect data on the experiences of Unitarian Universalists who are transgender, non-binary, intersex, agender, Two Spirit, or otherwise not cisgender. … Continue reading
TRUUsT is thrilled to announce that two trans ministers have been called to new Unitarian Universalist pulpits: Rev. Dawn Fortune and Rev. Otto O’Connor. Both have been called as settled ministers. Rev. Dawn Fortune was called to the Unitarian Universalist … Continue reading
On June 24, 2017, delegates to the Unitarian Universalist Association’s General Assembly in New Orleans overwhelmingly voted to approve language to make Unitarian Universalism’s second source more inclusive of people of all genders. Unitarian Universalism affirms and promotes seven principles, … Continue reading