UU Action NH takes its vision from the Membership Council. The Membership Council includes both individual members and representatives from our UU member congregations in New Hampshire. If your church wants to become a member congregation, or simply wants more information about UUANH, please contact us!
Currently, there are three New Hampshire churches that have pledged to be a “level 1” Sanctuary. That is, they will physically house people who are in danger of deportation. Churches that cannot make this great a commitment can pledge to be “level 2” Sanctuaries. That is, they will provide volunteer support to the “level 1” churches. Any “level 1” church will need about 5-6 “level 2” churches to sustain it with the needed volunteers.
Any church may sign the solidarity pledge here(PDF). So far, about 25 churches and religious bodies in New Hampshire have made this pledge. If you, your pastor or your congregation signs it, please send it back to us and let us know!
UUANH relies upon individual contributions from generous supporters like you.
Your donations go directly toward the programs, outreach, and public witness that help us bring New Hampshire Unitarian Universalists together to “unleash courageous leadership and collective power to build a just and loving world.”
UUANH takes freedom seriously, and knows that we can’t be free if our family and friends are in cages. Decarceration is the work of getting people out
To help people get out of and stay out of cages, we incubate projects, such as the NH Bail and Bond Fund in which we work to meet the needs of incarcerated individuals who do not have the means to post bail.
The Nashua Host Home Network, in which NH residents work together to meet the needs of individuals seeking asylum and resettling refugees in the Granite State.