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Hardcore Unitarian Universalist Person Energized and Ready (HUUPER)

A two-year position on General Assembly Youth Caucus planning staff, the Youth Caucus Co-Dean.

Harvard Divinity School

Harvard Divinity School was established in 1816 as the first non-sectarian theological school in the U.S. Today, its students and faculty represent over fifty-five religious traditions. Students enrolled at Harvard study curriculum in three areas: Scripture and Interpretation, Christianity and Culture, and Religions of the World.

Harvest the Power: Developing Lay Leadership

A Tapestry of Faith program for adults that provides leadership skill development that goes hand-in-hand with faith development.

Haseltine Aid Fund

Ingeborg Haseltine made a gift from her estate to establish a permanent scholarship and aid fund to support the education of women pursuing a career in the ministry of the Unitarian Universalist Church.

Haseltine Scholarship Fund

Ingeborg Haseltine made a gift from her estate to establish a permanent scholarship fund to support the education of women pursuing a career in the ministry of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Heartland District (HLD)

The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) district covering Michigan (except southwest and upper Michigan); Indiana; Kentucky; and western Ohio.

Heeding the Call: Qualities of a Justice Maker

A Tapestry of Faith social justice curriculum for youth (ages 12-15) that not only explores linked oppressions in our society, but also encourages participants towards personal growth in values that counteract the marginalization of others.

History & Heritage Society, Unitarian Universalist (UUHHS)

Supports research and scholarship in various fields of historical interest and provides programs and publications for the benefit of students, scholars, and others committed to promoting and preserving our Unitarian Universalist heritage.

History, Unitarian Universalist

Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religious tradition that was formed from the consolidation of two different religions: Unitarianism and Universalism.

HLD (Heartland District)

The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) district covering Michigan (except southwest and upper Michigan); Indiana; Kentucky; and western Ohio.

Holdeen India Program, Unitarian Universalist (UUHIP)

The UUHIP works with key leaders and organizations of India's most marginalized and disadvantaged peoples in their struggle to secure human rights and economic and social justice.

Holmes-Weatherly Award

The Holmes-Weatherly Award is given to an individual or organization, not necessarily a Unitarian Universalist, whose life-long commitment to faith-based social justice is reflected in societal transformation.

Hopkins Ministerial Aid Fund

The purpose of this award is to ease the financial burden of becoming or remaining a minister, so that our clergy’s minds may be freed to attend to their higher calling.

Human Resources, Office of

The Office of Human Resources is responsible for benefits administration, compensation, employee relations, employment and equal employment opportunity, performance management, policies and procedures, and training and professional development for the Unitarian Universalist Association's national staff.

HUUmanists Association

HUUmanists works to advance humanism within the Unitarian Universalist (UU) denomination and to promote religious humanism in general.

HUUPER (Hardcore Unitarian Universalist Person Energized and Ready)

A two-year position on General Assembly Youth Caucus planning staff, the Youth Caucus Co-Dean.

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Last updated on Tuesday, December 13, 2011.

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