Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU) has a number of offerings specifically and exclusively for Black UUs and Black folks from other faith traditions who share our values. See below for descriptions and links. The best way to stay up to date on BLUU offerings is to subscribe to their mailing list.

BLUU Haven Philly
Join us to engage with other local Black U/UUs. Email to RSVP and get the location or the link.
Remaining planned meetings this year:
May 27
July 15
Sept 16
Nov 11
For information about Black Lives of UU (BLUU) refer to:
BLUU Spiritual Communities – Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (

Black UU Be-ology Worship Series
Second Sunday of the month, 4pm Eastern.
If you haven’t already, please register at

All of BLUU’s online worship services are Black Sacred Space in their entirety – by and for Black people, with the words and voices of Black folks across the diaspora – and we hope that Black UUs and Black UU-adjacent folks (who share our values) from far and wide will join us!

For our non-Black siblings in faith, please DO share this invitation with Black folks in your life and community. Getting the word out about BLUU’s gatherings and other programming is one powerful way of lending your support, and we deeply appreciate it!

For all of our services, feel free to come into our BLUU Zoom Room as early as 15 minutes before the start of the service to get settled, say hello to the folks who are already gathering, and listen to the music softly playing as we all prepare for our time together. You can also join their Facebook page for access to worship.

Community Conversations Resource!
We encourage everyone to learn from BLUU’s monthly Community Conversations!
The full list of our previous Community Conversations can be found here: Youtube Channel Playlist These videos are great for small group discussions and personal study! 

Become a BLUU Beloved! 
BLUU Beloved is an opportunity for Unitarian Universalists and UU-adjacent who are Black/People of African descent to further connect, build community and develop leadership within the work of BLUU and our connection to broader liberation movements. For more information visit:
Did you miss the Harper-Jordan Memorial Symposium?
If you missed the Symposium, no worries! Access to program events via livestream are available for $50.00. The Harper-Jordan Memorial Symposium responded to a longing on the part of many Black Unitarian Universalists to more fully understand where we have been, who we are now, and how we hope to live out our Unitarian Universalism as Black people. BLUU’s Harper-Jordan Memorial Symposium live stream includes:
*All 6 PlenariesFriday
*Evening Concert with Rev. Sekou
*Saturday Morning Worship
On-demand access to all Plenaries in replayFor details, visit:

Meeting Up with Other Black UUs
One of the most difficult aspects of being a Black Unitarian Universalist in a predominantly white congregation and Association is the sense of isolation that persists. So any opportunity to gather face-to-face can offer spiritual uplift that may not otherwise be readily available. So if you’re coming into a new area for a limited time or permanently, or just haven’t connected with other Black UUs where you’ve been, visit the link below and fill out the form. And if there are folks in your area who we know about, the BLUU Ministerial Network will be delighted to connect you! Link —