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Printable Community Flyers

Today we are offering up a couple of versions of flyer we have created to share with your community. They mimic the classic “take a number” flyers so popular in coffee shops, book stores, and campuses. We encourage you to put your website or Facebook address on the back, so that people actually taking a […]

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The Moral Obligation of Justice and Love

By now, we hope that anyone who has followed the blog or even the Facebook page knows about the Five Smooth Stones of Liberal Religion. A set of guidelines put together from previous writings, the 5 Smooth Stones are a set of beliefs intended to allow us to outline our faith in religion as a […]

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Monday Meditation from IAmUU.net

Monday Meditation: Open Revelation and the Self

The “free and responsible search for truth and meaning” referenced in our Principles is our recognition that no one person has all the answers, and that we need to allow people to explore, responsibly, the possibilities and the borders of morality and good will. We also have, as a Principle agreed to by every Congregation […]

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We know a church has to grow to survive and thrive. But this is actually the side benefit of fulfilling our purpose which is to increase love and justice in the world.

Growing Unitarian Universalism?

Every congregation talks about growth. There are Facebook groups, websites, blogs, and even offices in the UUA devoted to the topic. Growth is important to the health of a congregation and of a religious movement. If we aren’t growing, at least a little, then we will fade beyond obscurity and into irrelevance. The thing that […]

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5 Years In, and So Much Left to Do.

The I Am UU project is coming up on its 5th anniversary.So much has changed in that time, both for me personally and for the project. As it has grown, I have seen myself move from being just a blogger and passionate UU evangelist to more of a religious educator and community leader. I have […]

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"I love being part of a covenantal community. We make promises of how to interact with each other and the world and if we happen to break those promises we haven't sinned and we aren't going to hell, but instead there are people there to forgive us, help us right our wrongs, and continue on the path of love and acceptance" ~ Erin McGee, Unitarian Universalist

What is a “Unitarian Universalist”?

On our Facebook page we have started every day this week with some quote that tries to explain what is great, what is different, and what is compelling about Unitarian Universalism. We’ve seen some mixed reactions to these posts, but they do give people some help in forming their personal answer, which is always going […]

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