Unitarian Universalist Animal Ministry
Who are we? UUAM is a group of concerned Unitarian Universalists and UU friends who desire
to grow and express their faith as compassion towards all beings. We do this by
asking these fundamental religious questions: What does it mean to be human in mixed species communities?
What is our response to this understanding?
To answer these questions we draw on our UU principles and sources, traditions,
and congregational life to deepen our awareness of the interdependence of life.
We then support one another in not just learning how caring for all beings is a
moral and religious issue, but also engaging in concrete actions that bring
about change on the individual, family, congregational, community, and societal
We do this not just for nonhumans, but for ourselves and all of life. For as we
live a life of awareness based on our interdependence (UU 7th Principle) and the
inherent worth and dignity of all beings (UU 1st Principle) we live fully,
deeply, and authentically. As we come to love our neighbors as ourselves, we
liberate not just others, but ourselves as well. More...
UUAM Annual Meeting
Saturday, November 1
11:00 AM Eastern
10:00 AM Central
8:00 AM Pacific
Conference Dial-in Number: (760) 569-0100
Participant Access Code: 22179
Also, don't miss a recommended resource, A
Fed World. We have a copy of the brochure (PDF)
available, and please visit awellfedworld.org.
You Should Know...
The First Principle Project has a new blog: http://ofeverybeing.blogspot.com/. We
invite you to the conversation as we explore the
question: "Does every being have inherent worth
Quote of the Day
"The question is not, Can they reason? nor Can they talk? but, Can they suffer?" - Jeremy Bentham
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