While I have deep philosophical and structural concerns with Unitarian Universalist institutions, and some lesser aesthetic quibbles, I bet there are Unitarian Universalist situations that each of us have experienced which are picayune -- basic, unnecessary annoyances -- that might be resolved with a couple or few hours of the right volunteer effort. And the right volunteer might be reading this right now.
The kind of annoyance that smudges an otherwise good (or acceptable) experience. The kind we see at the UUA or district level have more eyes on them but church life is full of "poor user experiences"; these are hard to overlook and, for newcomers especially, hard to forgive.
I wrote about these "paper cuts" before, in case you'd like more background.
So, what would you address?