The UUCSF prides itself on being a congregation that is interested and active in moving social change. As one Unitarian Universalist minister noted, UU’s punch above their weight. We have been involved with a number of social issues on the East End, both individually and as a congregation. In 2016, a Black Lives Matter rally marched from our Meeting House to Main Street in Bridgehampton, including many of our members. The following year, a bus was jointly organized by a congregation member to attend the Women’s March in Washington DC. In 2018 and 2019, the UUCSF was a key initiator and coordinator of the Rallies for Interdependence that drew hundreds to Sag Harbor. The initial rally was a call to keep families together in response to immigrant families being separated at the border. The second rally added the rights of missing and murdered indigenous women, as well as mothers of color who are imprisoned and separated from their families.