The Social Justice Committee coordinates TRUU’s social justice activities.

We plan and lead the Sunday service every fifth Sunday of the month (4 times a year), featuring a guest from a local social justice or environmental organization, someone who is doing work that embodies the UU principles of justice and service.

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Two Rivers UU belongs to Mountain Voices Project (MVP), a “broad-based organization” of 26 institutions training leaders to advocate for community, economic security and civic life, and members of the social justice committee attend MVP planning and work session.

The TRUU Social Justice Committee is also planning a voter education drive, highlighting the issues at stake in local and state races, to increase participation in November’s election.

TRUU and its Social Justice Committee also participate in many campaigns of the Unitarian Universalist Association and the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.