Unitarian Universalism Selected Links

Resources from pluralism.org

Council of Christian ChurchesThe term church has come to wide use to refer to the organized and gathered religious community. In the Christian tradition, church refers to the organic, interdependent “body” of Christ’s followers, the community of Christians. Secondarily, church ... Within the Unitariana belief in one God that rejects the three persons of the Trinity that has much in common with the belief in the early Christian church about the superiority of God over Jesus and the Anti-Trinitarian writing that emerged during the Protestant Reformation... Universalist Association
Directory of and resource for congregations who “draw upon historic Christian traditions and worship…”

Resources for and about Unitarian Universalists who also identify as Humanists.

Unitarian Universalist AssociationThe Unitarian Universalist Association came into being in 1961 through the union of two communities of faith: the Unitarians who stressed the oneness of God and the Universalists who insisted on universal salvation. Both movements became popular in 18th- ... of Congregations
Official website of the UUA with a directory of congregations and resources on religious education, beliefs and principles, and news.

Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Worldwide advocacy organization working to promote social justice and human rights. An associate member of the UUA.

UU World
Weekly web magazine of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations.