December 1: World AIDS Day

On World AIDS Day on December 1, we remember the more than 80 million who are living with HIV and AIDS and the more than 36 million who have died from the virus.

 

 

In honor of World AIDS Day, please join the U.S. HIV & AIDS Faith Coalition as we honor the millions of lives lost to HIV and AIDS alongside of those living with the virus for a World AIDS Day Conference.

 

2021 World AIDS Day Faith Conference RSVP

Wednesday, December 1

World AIDS Day Interfaith Service

@ 1pm-3pm ET

World AIDS Day Film & Discussion: “My, Faith, My Story”

@ 4pm-5pm ET

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Athens, certified a UUA “Welcoming Congregation” in 1996, affirms and supports all sexual orientations, gender alignments, and intersex variations by publicizing these special days and bringing visibility to these communities after generations of invisibility and erasure.

In 2020, UUFA renewed our Welcoming Congregation certification by completing the Five Practices of Welcome Renewal.

The third Practice of Welcome Renewal is an annual recognition and celebration of the Welcoming Days of Observance. These days and seasons are important to LGBTQ+ / TGQNB communities because they bring visibility and affirmation after generations of invisibility and erasure. These days remind all that “All of who you are is sacred. All of who you are is welcome.”