Our Fellowship strives to be an integral part of our wider community and to promote and support social justice issues. Our commitment to social justice takes shape in many ways, in gestures large and small. We always welcome ideas about how we can be an affirming presence and instrument of positive change locally, state-wide, nationally, and globally.

Fellowship members showing up for Social Justice. Several more MUUF members and families attended various rallies across Maine, but here’s a sample of how we are living our faith in action:

Look who from the MUUF Fellowship showed up for Justice at the May 5th, 2022 Rally for Women’s Health and Abortion Rights at the Veterans Memorial Park in Newcastle! (l-r) Julia, “Zig”, Tim, Emma, and Karen. Other Fellowship members and friends who showed up for jUUstice at the Rally included Penny, Kate, Rosie, Lindy, and Pam.

Patti and Michael carry our banner alongside a dozen Maine UU churches at Portland PRIDE June 16th.

Damariscotta Families Belong Together rally June 30th – more than 350 adults and children crowded the Damariscotta / Newcastle Bridge to challenge the current Administration’s immigration and refugee policies.

Julia and John

Pam and Marie (director of Mainers for Accountable Leadership), at Portland Families Belong Together rally June 30th.


Maine Unitarian Universalist State Advocacy Network (MUUSAN)

Our Fellowship joins 27 UU congregations from across the State of Maine to advocate our UU principles in the public square. MUUSAN promotes faith in action regarding important areas of legislative and public policy to create a more just society. Current Issue Groups focus on Democracy in Action, Health Care, Racial Justice, and Climate Change. All members are encouraged to attend MUUSAN meetings.

Community Suppers

Every month with a fifth Wednesday, our Fellowship cooks and serves a Community Supper at the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle. Volunteers are always needed and welcome.