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OBGLTC (Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Concerns, Office of)

This office was renamed Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Ministries (LGBT Ministries).

Obituaries, Ministerial

The Office of Professional Development keeps records of deceased Unitarian Universalist (UU) ministers, arranges for the preparation of ministerial obituaries for the UU World and the Unitarian Universalist Association Directory, and prepares appropriate memorial material for The Service of the Living Tradition at General Assembly.

OCSF (Church Staff Finances, Office of)

The Office of Church Staff Finances provides information, services and programs for Unitarian Universalist congregations and their ministers, religious educators and other employees in matters of benefit plans, aid funds, and fair compensation.

OEC (Electronic Communication, Office of)

Renamed to Web Team, this office of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) oversees the operation of UUA.org, email list creation and maintenance, questions about the internet, editorial content on the UUA website, and related concerns and issues.

Officers, Unitarian Universalist Association

The elected officers of the Association are the President, Moderator, and Financial Advisor. All officers are subject to the direction and control of the Board of Trustees. All appointed officers are appointed by the Board of Trustees and serve at its pleasure.

Ohio Meadville District (OMD)

The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) district covering most of Ohio, western Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

OMD (Ohio Meadville District)

The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) district covering most of Ohio, western Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

Open UUA Committee (OUC)

The Open Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Committee (OUC) (formerly Openness Implementation Committee (OIC)) was created by the UUA board to oversee the implementation of Rule #G-2.1. Democratic Process which was passed by the 1994 General Assembly.

OpenDoor Housing Fund/ Unitarian Universalist Interfaith Fund

OpenDoor Housing Fund helps to create economically strong and diverse communities by providing low-interest loans to mission-oriented affordable housing developers.

Openings: Words for Worship

Often called a “call to worship” these words bring the congregation from their separate lives and to this common place and time of the worship hour.

Operations Staff Group

This staff group oversees the maintenance of the Unitarian Universalist Association's headquarter properties.

Opus

The week-long annual conference of the Continental Unitarian Universalist Young Adult Network (C*UUYAN).

OUC (Open UUA Committee)

The Open Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Committee (OUC) (formerly Openness Implementation Committee (OIC)) was created by the UUA board to oversee the implementation of Rule #G-2.1. Democratic Process which was passed by the 1994 General Assembly.

Our Whole Lives (OWL)

A multi-age sexuality education curriculum published by the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) and the United Church of Christ (UCC) which is used in both secular and religious settings. In UU settings, this curriculum is used with a companion curriculum, Sexuality and Our Faith.

Overseas Congregations

OWL (Our Whole Lives)

A multi-age sexuality education curriculum published by the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) and the United Church of Christ (UCC) which is used in both secular and religious settings. In UU settings, this curriculum is used with a companion curriculum, Sexuality and Our Faith.

Owning Your Religious Past (PDF, 25 pages)

A curriculum by Bonnie (Stauffacher) Withers. Originally published in August 1981 as Owning Your Religious Past: The Haunting Church.

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Last updated on Tuesday, December 13, 2011.

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