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IARF (International Association for Religious Freedom)

An interfaith association of religious organizations with over one hundred member groups, including the Unitarian Universalist Association.

ICUU (International Council of Unitarians and Universalists)

This organization of Unitarian and Universalist societies from around the world seeks to strengthen the worldwide network of Unitarian, Universalist (UU), and UU organizations.

ICUUW (International Convocation of Unitarian Universalist Women)

ICUUW will work through concerted action and in partnerships around the world to achieve tangible advances in the lives of women.

IDBM (Identity-Based Ministries Staff Group)

The Unitarian Universalist Association IDBM staff group has been renamed to Multicultural Growth & Witness. They support Unitarian Universalist congregations in building and sustaining justice-seeking, inclusive, multicultural faith communities.

Identity-Based Ministries Staff Group (IDBM)

The Unitarian Universalist Association IDBM staff group has been renamed to Multicultural Growth & Witness. They support Unitarian Universalist congregations in building and sustaining justice-seeking, inclusive, multicultural faith communities.

IllUUmination

IllUUmination is a holiday conceived in 1994 by the Unitarian Universalist (UU) Church of Little Rock in response to a member family's children's desire to celebrate not only the special days of other faiths, but a special day of their own. The church has developed a weekend of programming including an IllUUmination Feast, songs, and a Sunday service for all ages. The celebration has received an enthusiastic response, and is now celebrated in a number of UU congregations.

Immigration Justice

Supporting human rights for all people, especially those most vulnerable, is a core Unitarian Universalist value. The Unitarian Universalist Association has a long history of support for migrant workers, refugees, and other displaced peoples. See also: Phoenix General Assembly

Independent Study Program

A graduate-level program (now the Modified Residency Program at
Meadville Lombard) of individualized and highly structured study which helps people prepare for careers as Ministers of Religious Education in Unitarian Universalist congregations.

Infidels, Unitarian Universalist (UUI)

A group of Unitarian Universalists supporting non-religious discussion in our faith.

Information and Public Witness Staff Group (IPW)

This Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) office handles media contact, questions about the UUA and Unitarian Universalism, historical research, and other information-based items.

Information Technology Services Staff Group (ITS)

ITS handles internet services, web technology and connectivity, and data services and programming for the Unitarian Universalist Association.

InterConnections: A Newsletter for Congregational Leaders

InterConnections is an email newsletter that publishes tips and stories about vital congregations for lay leaders and the professional staff who work with them.

Interfaith Spirituality Scholarship

The purpose of this scholarship is to support deserving individuals who have demonstrated an interest in and are prepared to integrate interfaith understanding into their ministry, and have a commitment to guiding others on their own spiritual path.

Internal Services Staff Group

The Unitarian Universalist Association's (UUA's) Internal Services staff group includes Finance, Financial Services, Operations, and Pickett& Eliot, and is overseen by the UUA Executive Vice President.

International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF)

An interfaith association of religious organizations with over one hundred member groups, including the Unitarian Universalist Association.

International Convocation of Unitarian Universalist Women (ICUUW)

ICUUW will work through concerted action and in partnerships around the world to achieve tangible advances in the lives of women.

International Council of Unitarians and Universalists (ICUU)

This organization of Unitarian and Universalist societies from around the world seeks to strengthen the worldwide network of Unitarian, Universalist (UU), and UU organizations.

International Organizations

A listing of Unitarian, Universalist, or Unitarian Universalist (U/U) international organizations.

International Relations

The International Resources Office is available to all Unitarian Universalist Association congregations that are either internationally engaged or in the process of developing internationally focused ministries.

International Religious Fellowship (IRF)

A member organization of International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF) consisting of youth groups and young people from various countries.

Interweave

Interweave Continental is a membership organization actively working toward ending oppression based on sexual orientation and gender identity, recognizing that we will not be free until all oppression is a thing of the past.

Introducing the Unitarian Universalist Association

Investment Committee, Unitarian Universalist Association

The Committee’s primary responsibility is the management of the Unitarian Universalist Common Endowment Fund (UUCEF).

IPW (Information and Public Witness Staff Group)

This Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) office handles media contact, questions about the UUA and Unitarian Universalism, historical research, and other information-based items.

IRF (International Religious Fellowship)

A member organization of International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF) consisting of youth groups and young people from various countries.

ITS (Information Technology Services Staff Group)

ITS handles internet services, web technology and connectivity, and data services and programming for the Unitarian Universalist Association.

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Last updated on Tuesday, December 13, 2011.

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