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Professional Religious Leaders
UUA Officers, Trustees, and Committees
Information about the work of the Officers, Trustees, and Committees of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) can be found in UUA Governance.
If you know which department, office, or staff person you are trying to reach, browse by staff group or by last name. For answers to general questions about Unitarian Universalism and the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (617) 948-6103.
UUA Districts & Regions
There are sixteen Districts and one Region of the UUA in North America. Each of the sixteen Districts is also part of a Region. The mission of the UUA Districts is to serve as the primary local resource for congregations and to help extend Unitarian Universalist influence in the larger community.
Printed copies of the directory are no longer mailed to congregations or available for purchase. The complete 2014 Professional Religious Leaders Directory (PDF, 270 pages). This file was created in March 2014, and subsequent updates found in the searchable directory are not included. To protect the privacy of our Professional Religious Leaders, detailed contact information has been omitted. For tips on searching the PDF Directory or sending email to a religious leader, see our page about the printable directory.
Questions or Updates
See Questions About or Updates to the Online Directory for details about who to contact with corrections to or questions about the information in our Directory.
Data Services collects data from UUA member congregations including the mailing addresses of its members and the statistical and membership totals supplied by congregations annually during Certification of Membership. Member congregations can update their UUA membership list and leader & staff information. UUA districts, committees, member congregations, and related organizations can request mailing lists and statistical data.