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E&P (Eliot & Pickett Houses)

Eliot and Pickett Houses offer the charm and style of bed & breakfast lodging in the heart of Boston to members of Unitarian Universalist congregations.

Earth, Unitarian Universalist Ministry for (UUMFE)

Connecting and inspiring an active community of Unitarian Universalists for environmental justice, spiritual renewal, and shared reverence for our Earth home.

Economic Justice Action Group

The Economic Justice Action Group of the First Unitarian Church of Portland exists to raise public awareness and to take action on behalf of the citizens of our community, nation and world.

ECPC (Election Campaign Practices Committee)

This committee distributes the campaign practices guidelines and financial disclosure rules to candidates for at-large elective positions, and receives and considers written complaints of alleged violations of such guidelines or rules.

Election Campaign Practices Committee (ECPC)

This committee distributes the campaign practices guidelines and financial disclosure rules to candidates for at-large elective positions, and receives and considers written complaints of alleged violations of such guidelines or rules.

Elections, Unitarian Universalist Association

Elections for various Unitarian Universalist Association positions (officers, board, and committee members) are held at General Assemblies.

Electronic Communication, Office of (OEC)

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.

Eliot & Pickett Houses (E&P)

Eliot and Pickett Houses offer the charm and style of bed & breakfast lodging in the heart of Boston to members of Unitarian Universalist congregations.

Eliot Institute

Eliot Institute is a gathering of Unitarian Universalists and their friends and family from all over the Pacific Northwest and around the world. Eliot consists of three camps each year, two week-long conferences in summer and a five-day conference to celebrate each New Year.

Emerging Congregations

Emerging Congregations are new congregations that have been recognized by their district of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) as "emerging" and are actively working toward becoming a member congregation of the UUA.

Endowment, Congregational

Resources useful to any congregation in the process of establishing or managing an endowment fund.

Endowment, Unitarian Universalist Common Endowment Fund (UUCEF)

The UUCEF is available for the investment of endowment funds, trust funds, and other assets of congregations that have a long-term investment perspective and the need for income to support their missions.

Environment/ Sustainability

Learn more about how to live out our Seventh Principle (respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part), practice environmental stewardship, and become better stewards of the Earth.

Equual Access

Equual Access promotes equality and access for Unitarian Universalists with disabilities.

Ethics & Safety

Although no policy or knowledge of the issues can absolutely guarantee safety in your congregation under all circumstances, congregations can take pro-active steps to create environments that are safe and prepared.

Ethics, Ministerial

The Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association Guidelines for the Conduct of Ministry includes ethical standards, expectations of conduct, accountability procedures, and more.

European Unitarian Universalists

A group of Unitarian Universalists, mostly American ex-patriots, living in European countries.

Exploring Our Values through Poetry

A Tapestry of Faith program for youth that utilizes poems that are concerned with elements of the spiritual life: acute observation, conscious and continuous inquiry, the unveiling of reality, hope and hopelessness, the afterlife, and the tenderness of the human condition.

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Last updated on Tuesday, December 13, 2011.

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