You Are Welcome Here
South Valley UU is committed to embracing an anti-racism stance and is actively working to deepen our understanding of what is required and desired of us as a traditionally white faith community to become multi-culturally competent. We seek to prioritize listening and partnership first and to always center the voices and lived experiences of our BIPOC members and community partners as we move forward in our efforts.
To this end, our congregation has adopted the 8th Principle of Unitarian Universalism and is developing a plan to post a BLM sign on our building in the fall of 2023.
We also donate 10% of all facility use fees to local Indigenous advocacy and support efforts as part of our acknowledgment that the land upon which our building sits remains the unceded territory of the Ute, Goshute, Shoshone, and Paiute tribes.