On Sunday, February 12, 2017, Officer Jose Moreno of the LAPD gave a presentation and Q&A on immigration and deportation issues at Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church. Officer Moreno encouraged members of the congregation to attend the Neighborhood Watch meetings in the West Valley to become better informed … read more.
A STATEMENT OF CONSCIENCE
FROM EMERSON UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH
REGARDING THE ELECTION OF THE PRESIDENT
In the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election and in response to the acts of violence and hate crimes that have been made against Muslims, immigrants, people of color, and LGBTQ people in … read more.
Thank you to all Emersonians who donated household items for Mayor Eric Garcetti’s “Welcome Home Project.”
The “Welcome Home Project” is an effort to provide basic household items to formerly homeless Angelenos, who are now moving into their first affordable housing and need basic items. We were … read more.
Following the November 2016 election, when emotions ran high, Rev. Matthew McHale opened Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church to the community to come together for support. During an emotional candlelight services, attendees expressed their feelings of disappointment, confusion, anger, and frustration. Then, led by Rev. Matthew … read more.