The purpose of the PIIN/UUPLAN Bridge Team is to connect the members and friends of First Unitarian Church, as individuals and as a congregation, with the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN) and the Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network (UUPLAN).
If you would like to serve on the Bridge Team, please contact Rev. David Herndon at firstname.lastname@example.org. In general, the PIIN/UUPLAN Bridge Team will be meeting on fourth Wednesdays starting at 7:00 PM.
UUPLAN is asking Unitarian Universalists throughout Pennsylvania to sign this online petition in support of the Pennsylvania Fairness Act, which ensures that LGBT people will be free from discrimination in housing, employment, and business services: http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/pass-the-pa-fairness
Sign up to receive the monthly UUPLAN email newsletter here: http://www.uuplan.com/contact/
To learn more about PIIN, visit www.piin.org. Issues addressed by PIIN include Economic Justice, Education, and Public Safety. PIIN is a local affiliate of the Gamaliel Foundation. All of the work conducted by the Gamaliel Foundation and its affiliates is guided by the comprehensive goal of ending systemic racism. To learn more about the Gamaliel Foundation, visit www.gamaliel.org/.
To learn more about UUPLAN, visit www.uuplan.com/. Issues addressed by UUPLAN include Anti-Mass Incarceration, Economic Justice, Environmental Justice, Immigration Justice, LGBTQ Justice, and Reproductive Justice.
Members of the PIIN/UUPLAN Bridge Team include:
Kate Luce Angell
Liz Perkins serves as a statewide co-chair of the UUPLAN Reproductive Justice Team.
Sandy Woolley serves as a co-chair of the PIIN Education Task Force.
Catherine Balsamo is the PIIN organizer who works with First Unitarian Church.