Mission 

To raise/maintain public awareness of the suffering caused by US border enforcement policies being carried out in our name, and ultimately to end these inhumane policies.

 

History 

Responding to reports of the horrifying conditions in detention camps, the forced separation of families, and in particular the deaths of seven children, UUSF held a Memorial service for the children on July 23rd, 2019, followed by a rally on the front steps of our church. (Watch video here.)

 

Since then we have born public witness twice a week, on Sunday afternoons (about 12:30 pm) following worship service, and on Wednesday mornings (7:30-9 am) during rush hour.In addition, a group meets on the last Wednesday evening of every month, 6:30-8:30 pm, at San Jalisco Restaurant (901 S Van Ness Ave at 20th), in order to write letters of support to ICE detainees. On the afternoon of Sept 19th 2019, working with St Mark’s Lutheran Church and Or Shalom Jewish Community, we organized a special, Interfaith Rush Hour Rally. Over a dozen different religious communities participated.

 

Join Us!

Wednesday Morning Vigils are Back!8AM to 9AM at UUSF We are at a real turning point in history when the choices we make as individuals and as a country will have major lasting implications and effects. We cannot afford to be silent. We invite you to join fellow UUs and other people of faith and conscience as we gather together with signs and banners in front of our church on Wednesday mornings from 8-9 AM to stand up for what is right and moral. We want to do this in a way that is safe for everyone so please bring and wear your masks, use hand sanitizer, and socially distance.  

The garage and interior of the church will not be available so please find street parking if you drive.  

We will have some banners and signs but feel free to make and bring your own addressing whatever aspect of the current crises you want to highlight - Immigration Justice, Black Lives Matter, Environmental Crises and Environmental Justice, Opposing Fascism, Respecting Science in the Fight Against COVID-19, Protecting / Expanding Access to Healthcare, Protecting “Essential” Workers, Highlighting Economic Inequities, addressing the Environmental Crisis and Climate Change, and the Extreme Importance of VOTING this fall. 

"No Cages, No Walls," by Ken Newman.

Conceived at the First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco demonstration to Close the Camps on 9/19/2019, Feat: Ken Newman and Terry Wells. Recording and additional tracks by Don Shearer. Lyrics, by Ken Newman, are based on, and include, words of incarcerated children as documented by Project Amplify. This video is part of the larger Musica Vita project which seeks to celebrate activist artists, and to inspire positive social change.

 

Jakelin Amei Rosmery  Caal Maquin
Jakelin Amei Rosmery Caal Maquin

whose life was stolen at 8 years old -- Presente!

Mariee Juarez
Mariee Juarez

whose life was stolen at 1 year old -- Presente!

Angie Valeria Avalos & father Oscar
Angie Valeria Avalos & father Oscar

whose life was stolen at 2 years old -- Presente!

Jakelin Amei Rosmery  Caal Maquin
Jakelin Amei Rosmery Caal Maquin

whose life was stolen at 8 years old -- Presente!

Close the Camps Campaign

 

Email: nevergain@uusg.org