Social Action

Members and Friends of Michael Servetus Unitarian Society engage in social action in many ways. Check the MSUS Calendar for the dates and times when the Social Action Committee meets.

Call to Action

The MSUS Social Action Committee meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm in the church library. All are welcome to join us as we plan social action programs and work to support the community beyond our wall. Email us for more information.




Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) - A national, membership organization working to advance human rights throughout the world. UUSC's current primary themes are opposing economic injustice, defending civil liberties, and promoting environmental justice. The Social Action Committee promotes "Guest at Your Table," a fund-raiser / membership program for UUSC, which encourages families to put money in a box at each meal to remember those who are hungry during the holiday season. UUSC Holiday cards are also sold at MSUS.

Unitarian Universalist Association's Washington Office for Advocacy  represents UU perspectives to the U.S. Congress and Administration on legislative and public policy matters.

Southern Anoka Community Assistance (SACA) - MSUS donates to support the on-going relief programs for people in need right in our neighborhood. Donations of clothes, non-perishable food items, and money are collected at MSUS for SACA. Also, members and friends volunteer at SACA.

Alexandra House  - MSUS financially supports their services of providing safety, domestic abuse prevention and outreach services to battered women, families and the community.

Meals-on-Wheels  - Volunteers deliver meals regularly, and MSUS financially supports the home-delivered meals program.

Affordable Housing  - MSUS supports efforts to promote affordable housing. Members and friends support and work with the Twin Cities' Unitarian Universalist Affordable Housing Project (UUAHP). Through UUAHP, volunteers have helped build homes with Habitat for Humanity, positively effected public policy, and MSUS contributes to the fund.

Metro Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Alliance (MUUSJA, "moose-jaw")  - A Twin Cities alliance of UU social activists collectively working for change.

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