Current Social Justice Circles

Animal Ministries of Rochester, (AKA AMOR)

AMOR supports animal rights and the vegan ethic in the Rochester, NY area by educating the public about AR philosophy and specific animal issues, raising awareness of expressing dissent against examples of exploitation and abuse, and supporting the advocacy community. For more info contact: office@uuroc.org

​Leader: Lois Baum

Crafting Blankets for the Homeless

Do you like to knit or crochet? This group creates and collects granny squares to assemble blankets for the homeless and families in need, particularly for the House of Mercy. For more info contact office@uuroc.org.

​Leader: Lisa Gwinner 

EcoJustice Group

The EcoJustice group is involved in various activities and events throughout the year. They meet regularly to discuss issues involving sustainability and climate justice. Past activities have included tours of Rochester's EcoPark, petition signing campaign, Earth Month fair, recycling awareness campaign, and participation in the March for Science and the People's Climate March. For more info contact: ecojustice@uuroc.org

Leader: Sarah Singal

Harvesting Justice

This group advocates for the protection of rights for immigrants and their children to ensure they are treated with dignity and fairness. For more info contact: office@uuroc.org

Leader: Connie Valk

Homeless Heartbeats

This group works year-round in collecting items for local homeless shelters and coordinating volunteers to serve-home-cooked meals during the winter months. For more info contact: office@uuroc.org

Leader: Lois Baum

Meals for the Homeless (REACH – Rochester Engaging in Action for the Chronically Homeless)

This group makes and serves nourishing meals for people in the Rochester community who are experiencing homelessness. For more info contact: office@uuroc.org

Leader: Carole Hoffman

RocACTS (Rochester Alliance of Communities Transforming Society)

RocACTS is a multi-racial, city-wide, faith-based coalition of urban and suburban congregations and organizations which uses its collective power to address critical issues in Rochester. Recent actions involve passing the vote for a Police Accountability Board.

Leader: Shirley Bond

Virgil I. Grissom School 7 (31 Bryan Street, Rochester, NY, 14613)

This group assists elementary age students with academic work and helps to supply needed school supplies. 

Leader: Bill Elwell

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Have Questions? Contact:

FIAC (Faith in Action Council)

Leaders: Becky Elwell, Joy Leccese, and Heather Jones, office@uuroc.org

FIRE (First Universalist Initiative for Racial Equity)

Leaders: Elizabeth Osta and Theo Munson, office@uuroc.org