As Unitarian Universalists, we are called to live out our values through work that promotes social justice and provides for those who are marginalized or forgotten, such as our commitments to New Mainers and Wabanaki. Also many of us independently volunteer or lead at organizations that strive to help heal our world such as contributing time and expertise to a municipal project like a bike trail or advocacy work in Augusta or in your home town.

Our Faith in Action Council initiates and guides our social justice work, educating our
congregation as well as offering projects and activities that are in line with the spirit of the 8th
Principle. The Council welcomes ideas for new initiatives or learning activities.