Susan Frederick-Gray giving sermon

Spiritually Vital

We need to invest in nurturing spiritually vital communities that teach us how to grow our hearts for deeper courage and compassion.

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Susan Frederick-Gray at rally against tent city jail

Grounded in Relationship

Through partnership and witness, we offer the world a model of faith that shows up and is lived in our hands and feet, our hearts and minds.

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General Assembly rally and vigil protesting tent city jail

Organized for Impact

We need to be organized for impact so that our energy, our faith and our resources are powerfully focused on amplifying our values.

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Rev. Bret Lortie

Senior Minister, Unitarian Church of Evanston

Susan has captured the rising voice of Unitarian Universalism. Her ministry has cultivated deep connections with interfaith partners, allied justice organizations, and our many UU groups working for a world more whole. As president of the association, her vitality and spirit will carry us to the place toward which we’ve been marching so long — a fulfilled promise of unity and power that makes a positive difference for humanity.

Rev. Sara LaWall

Minister, Boise UU Fellowship

Susan connects with people deeply-she sees them. She welcomed me into her pulpit with love and I was so impressed and moved by her role in Justice GA.

Rev. Kurt Kuhwald

Community Minister, Oakland, CA

I have appreciated Rev. Frederick-Gray’s social justice work, her passionate soul, and warm heart for years. I vote yes.



Thank you, Daniel Kanter, for your support and endorsement!
Sharing love stories at the LREDA Fall Con 2016. Dream for UU: Living Presence in the World
Did you miss the UUA Presidential Candidates Forum at the LREDA Fall Conference? Head over to the Liberal Religious Educators Associations Facebook Page now to find the live-stream video from the event!
Wonderful worship and action at the First Unitarian Church in Westport, CT! A powerful ceremony unfurling their rainbow flag and just one week after dedicating their Black Live Matter banner! Moving words and music throughout my with Rev. John Morehouse, Rev. Frank Hall, Rev. Ed Thompson, Laura Fuchs, and Rev. Barbara Fast!
Today, I light a candle to honor WOMEN. A candle honoring the dignity, courage, the strength and the power of women. I am proud to be a woman. And I am grateful to the thousands of women who organized and agitated to win women the right to vote. I will use it mindful of the sacrifices and struggle that made it possible and the work that is still to be done. (Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Ida B. Wells, Lucy Stone)
There is a way in which heartbreak can be a path to letting our hearts break open and in this way our capacity to hold both joy and sorrow, pain and struggle, compassion for the fullness of life and creation is widened. As I hold Haiti, Allepo, the southern coast of the U.S. in my heart, I also prepare for the work of resistance and change here in Arizona beginning with the School of the Americas watch in Eloy and Nogales. May the fullness of our compassion lead us to a spiritually grounded practice of prayer and action.
Wonderful worship and community at the Unitarian Church of Evanston! I am feeling inspired by the justice ministry and partnership work going on in the greater Chicago area. Thank you Bret Lortie, the Denominational Affairs committee and more.

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Meet the Candidate

October 1, 2016, 12:00pm

Meet Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, Candidate for President of the Unitarian Universalist Association. Enjoy refreshments and a time for thinking together about the future of our faith

Meet the Candidate