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Welcome to The Mountain Top

The Mountain Top UU offers a space for people to practice
Unitarian Universalism that centers our voices and perspectives as BIPoC.

Sunday Celebrations

We meet via ZOOM for celebration & fellowship on the 2nd & 4th Sunday evenings as a BIPoC only community and on the 3rd Sunday evening in person with SepulvedaUU as a full community of BIPoC and White siblings.


“Love as Equity”

(May Theme) “We declare that every person has the right to flourish with inherent dignity and worthiness. We covenant to use our time, wisdom, attention, and money to build and sustain fully accessible and inclusive communities.”  -UUA Article II Commission (Proposal)

We meet to Celebrate and Gather with other UUs of color.

Show Me the Love, Shared Ministry as the Way Forward

May 19, 2024 Full Community Celebration Speaker: Rev Gordon Clay Bailey & Pastor AJ Blackwood Facilitator BIPoC Space: Aspen Basaldua Facilitator White Space: Lisa Bailey

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Uplifting Wholeness

May 26, 2024…

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Celebrating Love

June 9, 2024…

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31 Days of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage

Day 19. Profile in Excellence: Chin Lin Sou.

Day 18. Invisible No More: Asian Pacific Islanders in Unitarian Universalism.

Day 17. The Exploitation and Treatment of Chinese Miners.

Day 16. Liberation of Dachau by Japanese American soldiers in WWII.

Day 15. Intersection of the Japanese American Incarceration & Indigenous Dispossession.

Day 14. Japanese American Incarceration during World War II, from the National Archives.

Day 13. Japanese Bird Pins: A Delicate Beauty Emerged from WWII Prison Camp.

Day 12. Profile of Excellence: Fred T Korematsu.

Day 11. Asians and Asian Exclusion.

Day 10. The Making of the Nation.

Day 9. Asian American ‘Model Minority’ Myth & Poverty.

Day 8. How Lawmakers Discussed Asian Americans in Social Media.

Day 7. “Redefining the American Dream” YouTube Series.

Day 6. Understanding the Diversity in the Asian Immigrant Experience in the US.

Day 5. Profile of Excellence: Grace Lee-Boggs.

Day 4. (Social Media) US Acts & Court Rulings Pertaining to Asian Immigrants.

Day 3. Facts You May Not Know About Hawai’i.

Day 2. Ground Breaking Contributions by Asian Americans.

Day 1. Asian / Pacific American Heritage Month from The Library of Congress.

At a time when Unitarian Universalist congregations are falling short in providing radical welcome and dismantling white supremacy culture, The Mountain Top UU is the only continually evolving online & multi-platform community funded by UUs for Racial Justice (UURJ) for people of color along with their families who are exploring, reclaiming, reconciling, and celebrating their identities in a UU context to experience wholeness and belonging, built on deep relationships of trust, providing sanctuary and community connection with opportunities for spiritual practice, and community leadership.

We are a Unitarian Universalist organization of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPoC) and mixed race/multiracial individuals. We meet to worship and enjoy fellowship with other UUs of color.

Many religions feature stories about encountering the Divine on the mountain. To be in a place like that is a profound and inspiring experience. Looking out in any direction brings a view of the land sweeping out for miles on end. It offers a new and transformative perspective on the world around us.

The Mountain Top UU was founded in 2020 by UU religious professionals in the Colorado Front Range community. We set out to create a safe and empowering space for UU BIPoC individuals and families in the region. It quickly became clear, however, that the need for this space had a much wider geographic reach than we could have ever imagined.

Community members represent regions throughout the entire United States, as well as Canada and the United Kingdom. The Mountain Top UU also honors the religious professionals of the Colorado UUs United for Racial Justice, where the first conversations about creating a new space for UUs of color began, and whose financial support made this community possible as Covenanting Communities.