The mission of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta (UUCA) is to foster a community of faith that encourages and supports our individual spiritual quests out of which we act together for social justice. -UUCA MISSION STATEMENT


UUCA has a rich legacy of social justice work in Georgia.  From anti-war activism, involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, to Marriage Equality, our principles have guided us to take actions large and small to work towards love and justice.

UUCA has a number of social justice groups that do a number of service, outreach, and education programs at UUCA and in the metro Atlanta community. Questions about UUCA Social Justice, upcoming actions and how you have get involved can be directed to Francella Perryman, Social Justice Coordinator, at Francella.Perryman@uuca.org or (404) 634-5134 ext. 229. 



Women’s March in Washington D.C.

Join us on January 19, 2019!

The UUCA Social Justice program has chartered a bus and reserved rooms in Washington, D.C. We are heading to D.C. on Friday, January 18th and returning Sunday, January 20th. The total cost of the trip is $439/ person,which includes two breakfast and lunch meals and a double occupancy room. Space is limited, so reserve your spot as soon as possible. 

We are also accepting sponsorship donations to help reduce the cost of the trip and make it accessible to more members of our community. To make a sponsorship donation, CLICK HERE. 

Balance can be paid online here, or via check. 

More information coming soon. For questions, please contact Francella Perryman at Francella.Perryman@uuca.org.


Be a part of the Atlanta Women’s March!

We are looking for folks to help organize people to participate in the Atlanta march. If you’re interested, please contact Francella Perryman, Social Justice Coordinator, at Francella.Perryman@uuca.org.