UU the Vote is a non-partisan faith initiative to engage our neighbors, educate our communities, mobilize voters, and rally around key ballot initiatives. One of the organizations they suggest partnering with is Vote Forward, an initiative focused on registering voters from under-represented demographics and mobilizing Democratic-registered voters, … read more.
Please join us a fun evening of letter/postcard writing with the goal of getting folks out to the polls in November. Let’s make this family-friendly event fun by creating a poster, rap, poem, etc. to share with other participants. Please email … read more.
As our governor eases restrictions, news outlets are wondering how churches will respond. Check out this clip featuring our own Westminster Unitarian Church!
On Friday, March 27, 2020, the Secretary of the Interior notified the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe that he ordered the disestablishment of the Tribe’s reservation, an act that would take Mashpee’s homelands. This surprise action is a devastating blow to not only the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe … read more.
We’re Almost There…
Last January, when we passed our Anti-Racism Resolution, it included the prospect of hanging a Black Lives Matter banner/flag on the property. We invited one of Westminster’s resident artists, Bo Pickard, to design a banner or flag that would highlight … read more.
UU the Vote’s mission is to get out the vote and to fight voter suppression, which especially victimizes people of color, immigrants, and people in poverty. Please – call Senators Reed and Whitehouse and Representatives Cicilline and Langevin, and ask family and friends in other … read more.
Our Share the Plate Recipient for the Month of May is Westbay Farm
Westbay Farm was founded in 2005 on the 240-year-old Barton Farm to provide fresh chemical-free produce to low- and moderate-income people. In 2019, Westbay Farm grew 23,000 pounds of produce, 70 percent of … read more.
Friday March 27, 2020
Due to the ongoing threat of the Coronavirus, Westminster Unitarian Church will be closed for all in person services, meetings and large activities until the Board of Trustees votes on a safe date to reopen onsite events.
In the meantime, please check our … read more.
At the Congregational Meeting on January 26, 2020, the Westminster Unitarian Church’s Congregation passed an Anti-Racism Resolution. To read the document, please click here Anti-Racism Resolution.