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DRUUMM is seeking a dedicated, detail-oriented and self-motivated individual for the position ofAdministrator. This person will be responsible for the DRUUMM email inbox, DRUUMMoperations support, delivering membership management and coordinating event logisticalservices. CLOSING DATE: Open until filled, application review will begin April 22 with an anticipated startdate June 1, 2024. HOURS: Up to 15 hours […]

Thrive with DRUUMM: A call for BIPOC Youth and Young Adults (YaYA)

Youth and Young Adults (YaYA) of Color have a long history in Unitarian Universalism. Over the last forty years our community has organized and developed around a desire for more meaningful, multicultural, and authentic faith formation and faith in action experiences in our liberal religious faith. Today we rise on the shoulders of ancestors who […]

Changes To Our UU Principles: 2024 Spring Caucus

By Rev. Joseph Santos-Lyons, Community Minister After years of diligent work, care, and focused effort, a Study Commission has presented a groundbreaking proposal to revise Article II of the Unitarian Universalist Association bylaws, encompassing our faith’s Principles, Purposes, and Sources. This proposal reflects a monumental moment in our journey, aiming to align our foundational documents […]

Deepening Care & Community: Paid Fellowship

Are you ready to make a real difference? Do you share a passion for social justice and a belief in the power of anti-racism and multiculturalism? If you answered yes, then the Diverse and Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries (DRUUMM) needs you! As the oldest and largest UU People of Color ministry in North America, […]

Embrace Leadership Within DRUUMM

In the heart of DRUUMM lies a profound commitment to the principles of Unitarian Universalism: our faith centers on love, justice, and the search for truth and meaning. Our mission is deeply rooted in these values, guiding us to nurture leadership and build our wider community. We believe in the power of uniting Black, Indigenous, […]

Choosing Joy! DRUUMM Public Worship

Each year we host a DRUUMM worship service that is open to all. As our ministry and membership grows, this worship is also our major fundraiser to support our pastoral care, community organizing, and antiracism work. This years donations and sponsorships will specifically help us establish a new DRUUMM Fellowship for seminarians and young organizers. […]

Renewing Your DRUUMM Membership: How To

Membership in DRUUMM is a voluntary commitment that signifies your alignment with our Code of Conduct. By joining or renewing your membership, you gain access to valuable resources and events and become an integral part of our community, where Black, Indigenous, and People of Color come together to affirm Unitarian Universalist principles.  Here’s how to […]