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Racial & Ethnic Concerns, Office of

The work of this office is now part of the work of the office of Multicultural Growth.

RDO (Resource Development Office)

Develops curriculum and resources as a part of Ministries and Faith Development staff group.

RE / LFD (Religious Education / Lifespan Faith Development)

The Unitarian Universalist Association provides curricula and professional leadership to support religious education programs for children, youth, adults, and multigenerational groups in congregations, and faith development resources for lay leaders, religious professionals, families, and seekers of all ages.

REACH (Religious Education Action Clearing House)

A packet of Religious Education (RE) materials contributed by local congregations and Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) staff. Reach-L is an email list for the discussion and sharing of UU religious education, and has replaced the "REACH Packet."

Readings: Words for Worship

Affirmations/ Covenants/ Doxologies, Responsive Readings, Litanies, and Offerings.

RECC (Religious Education Credentialing Committee)

This committee has exclusive jurisdiction over religious education credentialing.

Refugee and Immigrant Services and Education, Inc., Unitarian Universalist (UURISE)

Provides affordable, trustworthy legal immigration counseling, representation, and resettlement services to marginalized immigrants and refugees; and provides educational advocacy to the larger community.

Regional Sub-Committees on Candidacy of the Ministerial Fellowship Committee (RSCC)

The Regional Sub-Committees on Candidacy are sub-committees of the Ministerial Fellowship Committee (MFC). The MFC has jurisdiction over all phases of ministerial credentialing.

Related Organizations

Find a Unitarian Universalist organization by viewing a complete alphabetical listing or by choosing a category.

Religion for Our Time, A

Short videos that highlight inspiring work in Unitarian Universalist congregations, including innovative projects relating to worship, religious education, social justice, membership, and fellowship.

Religions For Peace

The largest international coalition of representatives from the world’s great religions dedicated to promoting peace.

Religions For Peace: USA

The largest representative interreligious collaboration in the United States.

Religious Education / Lifespan Faith Development (RE / LFD)

The Unitarian Universalist Association provides curricula and professional leadership to support religious education programs for children, youth, adults, and multigenerational groups in congregations, and faith development resources for lay leaders, religious professionals, families, and seekers of all ages.

Religious Education Action Clearing House (REACH)

A packet of Religious Education (RE) materials contributed by local congregations and Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) staff. Reach-L is an email list for the discussion and sharing of UU religious education, and has replaced the "REACH Packet."

Religious Education Credentialing

The Religious Education Credentialing Program works to strengthen Unitarian Universalist religious education through the continued development and professionalization of lay religious educators, and to provide a clear and effective system for standards and recognition of these achievements.

Religious Education Credentialing Committee (RECC)

This committee has exclusive jurisdiction over religious education credentialing.

Religious Education History Group, Unitarian Universalist

Encourages the study of the history of liberal religious education, especially among the Unitarians and Universalists.

Religious Education Loan Library (Retired) (Loan Library (RE))

The Unitarian Universalist Association no longer provides a curriculum loan library, but does provide the free, downloadable, adaptable Tapestry of Faith family of Unitarian Universalist curricula online.

Resistance and Transformation: Unitarian Universalist Social Justice History

Grounded in the belief that even "failures" in our history can be instructive, this Tapestry of Faith program for adults presents the ongoing struggle of our tradition to live up to its ever-evolving ideals of social transformation.

Resource Development Office (RDO)

Develops curriculum and resources as a part of Ministries and Faith Development staff group.

Retired Ministers and Partners Association, Unitarian Universalist (UURMaPA)

UURMaPA gathers us at regional conferences and area lunches, where we enjoy catching up and exploring new perspectives. UURMaPA has created a Caring Network of more than forty volunteers, who stay in touch with members to celebrate life’s joys and sorrows.

Riddle and Mystery

A Tapestry of Faith program for children (grade 6) that assists them in their own search for understanding.

Rise Up & Call Her Name

A  Woman-honoring .Journey into Global Earth-based Spiritualities, by Elizabeth Fisher.

Rowe Camp & Conference Center

Nestled in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains, Rowe is a conference center, retreat center and summer camp for youth and adults.

RRYSC (Western Region Youth Adult Committee (Canadian))

RSCC (Regional Sub-Committees on Candidacy of the Ministerial Fellowship Committee)

The Regional Sub-Committees on Candidacy are sub-committees of the Ministerial Fellowship Committee (MFC). The MFC has jurisdiction over all phases of ministerial credentialing.

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Last updated on Tuesday, December 13, 2011.

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