Category Archives: Membership

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 […]

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 […]

In loving memory of Yielbonzie Charles Johnson (1952-2023)

The Ministries and Faith Development staff offer our condolences to the family and colleagues of the Rev. Yielbonzie Charles Johnson, who died on June 2, 2023, at the age of 70. Yielbonzie was born Charles Edward Johnson on August 26, 1952, in Tulsa, OK to Claude W. Johnson and Sallie M. Johnson. He was the […]

SC Nominations Due March 31

We’re in the search for members interested in being a candidate for the DRUUMM Steering Committee! DRUUMM is at a beautiful moment where we have grown our organization to over 400 members and have develop a core staff team with a consulting minister and administrator who work in concert with our volunteer Steering Committee. This […]

DRUUMM Village @ GA 2023 Pittsburgh

DRUUMM Village 2023 will be multiplatform event concurrent with General Assembly from Wednesday June 21st to Sunday, June 25th, 2023. The Village is where members of DRUUMM can have the opportunity to grow in community and in faith as we will be holding space for you. Whether you have registered for the main UUA General […]

We Count What Matters

One of the most common responses to a Person of Color in our congregations learning about DRUUMM is that they wish they had known about our community and programs earlier. Too often, People of Color are isolated and disconnected from our larger multicultural ministry. DRUUMM is launching a campaign called “We Count What Matters,” focused […]