Justice Blog

Sponsor a Local Charity

We turn all proceeds from our Spring Sale fundraiser into grants to Mercer County charities. The advocacy and involvement of our congregants with a charity influences how we decide to give out the grants. If you wish to Sponsor a local non-profit organization, contact Amanda Gillum and register as a Sponsor. Grant Application materials will … Continued

Congregants Help Register Voters

Members of the congregation have been busy helping register community college students. Coordinating  with our state-wide legislative ministry UULMNJ and under the leadership of the League of Women Voters of Lawrence Township, we had 20 new registrants in one 3 hour session at Mercer County Community College’s Trenton Campus! Voter registration outreach at the college is … Continued

2017 Fall Issues Conference – UULMNJ

We Need You at the Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of New Jersey Statewide Issues Conference on Saturday, October 14, 2017 from noon to 6 pm! This is your opportunity to help select focus issues for the coming year for our six task forces – Economic, Immigration, Reproductive, and Criminal Justice Reform, Environmental Justice, and Gun … Continued

School Supplies or Donations Needed For Kind Kids in New Jersey

  KIND (Kids in Need of Defense), a national network of pro bono attorneys, helps to protect immigrant children who arrive all alone in the U.S. Most NJ KIND children are no longer in detention centers, but living with families while they await court hearings. KIND’s NJ offices in Roseland, NJ, needs children’s school supplies … Continued

Volunteer for UULMNJ Immigration Task Force!!

Sanctuary/Fair and Welcoming Working Group The Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of New Jersey  (UULMNJ) is seeking volunteers to help support the Sanctuary/Fair and Welcoming Working Group within the Immigration Justice Task Force Please contact Ted Fetter, chair of the Immigration Justice Task Force (IJTF) to get on board for the Working Group at immigration@uulmnj.org.  We … Continued