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2014 General Assembly Exhibitors

The 2014 General Assembly (GA) Exhibit Hall featurea exhibits and sales by Unitarian Universalist (UU)-related organizations, individual UU artisans, and a variety of other organizations and vendors. Refreshment concessions will be available during Exhibit Hall hours. 

Exhibit Hall Floor Plan (PDF)

  • Alliance for American Manufacturing
    AAM is a unique partnership of the United Steelworkers and leading manufacturers, forged to strengthen manufacturing in the United States through education and action. Booth 623
  • Allies For Racial Equity
    The mission of ARE is to confront racism in ways accountable to communities of color and to create opportunities for white UUs to understand white privilege and unlearn white supremacy. Booth 524
  • Americans United for Separation of Church and State
    Americans United for Separation of Church and State is a nonpartisan educational organization dedicated to preserving the constitutional principle of church-state separation as the only way to ensure religious freedom for all Americans. Booth 627
  • Andover Newton Theological School
    Faithfulness. Innovation. Joy. Sacred hospitality. Stewardship. Justice. Andover Newton is a value-driven learning community to its core. UU students and alumni lead here and beyond. Booth 813
  • Architects & Engineers For 9/11 Truth
    Representing 2100+ verified architects and engineers calling for a new, truly independent investigation into the destruction of the three skyscrapers at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Booth 415
  • Artisans Galleria
    Exhibit profile: Artisan made, heirloom quality gifts and wearables. Exceptional fiber art clergy stoles. Hand-crafted pottery chalices by Kat Morrell. Outstanding selection of fairly-traded Guatemalan gifts and jewelry. Booth 206
  • Association of UU Administrators
    The Association of UU Administrators offers support, mentoring and on-going training for the administrators who serve our congregations, Districts, Regions and affiliated organizations. Booth 125
  • Bridge of Faith African Crafts
    Merchandise includes African musical instruments, jewelry, artwork, baskets, and novelties, and items made from recycled materials from developing nations. All profits support projects in Nigeria. Booth 320
  • Bubbleland Media
    Bubbleland Media provides a full range of materials for teaching UU values to children ages 4-8: illustrated stories, videos, songs, and curriculum guide. Booth 626
  • Chalice Oak Foundation
    Chalice Oak Foundation provides fiscal sponsorship and nonprofit management training and support for values-based social justice leaders who want to transform the world. Booth 127
  • ChaliceArt Galleria
    ChaliceArt original and unique UU jewelry, Watson Studio Wood Art, Laurel's Ceramic Chalices, Balzaro Wearable Art, Kit's Karma Creations, Betsy's Glass, Holy Mysteries, EXCEPTIONAL stoles! Booth 504
  • ChildVoice International
    This jewelry, made from recycled paper and finished with an environmentally friendly lacquer, supports child mothers, victims of rape and sex slavery in Uganda. Booth 500B
  • Church Mutual Insurance Company
    Church Mutual is the official property and casualty insurance company for the UUA and member congregations. Now insuring nearly two-thirds of all UU congregations. Booth 428
  • Church Mutual Sponsored Cyber Cafe
    Check your email, print a boarding pass, or charge your phone. All free of charge. The Cyber Cafe is made possible thanks to the generous sponsorship of Church Mutual Insurance Company. Booth 424
  • Circle of Stones
    Handmade pendants and earrings using unique natural stone cabochons set in sterling silver and gold-filled wire, natural stone lapidary items, minerals and fossils Booth 419
  • CLF (Church of the Larger Fellowship
    Our UU congregation without walls. Selling UU jewelry, notecards, Carry the Flame products. Visit and learn about,,, Prison Ministry, Military Ministry and more. Booth 118
  • Commission on Social Witness
    Come here to get applications for and advice about proposed Actions of Immediate Witness and learn about Proposed Congregational Study/Action Issues and the process. Booth 823
  • Covenant of UU Pagans
    CUUPS was formed in 1985 to enrich UU pluralism thru the practice of Earth-centered and Pagan spirituality. Booth 325
  • Donnelly/Colt Progressive Resources
    Custom-printed and in-stock U.S.-made products. Custom posters, postcards, t-shirts, hats, totebags, mugs, stickers, buttons, banners & more! Free immediate, same-day price quotes. (860) 455-9621 cellphone: (860) 428-4867 Booth 527
    Diverse and Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries. A spiritual and cultural home for People of Color. Booth 526
  • Earlham School of Religion
    Earlham School of Religion is a Christian graduate theological school in the Quaker tradition. ESR prepares individuals for leadership that empowers and for ministry that serves. Booth 703
  • Earth Wisdom
    Earth Wisdom features silk and velvet jackets, magic dresses, pouches and the best T-shirts in the known universe! Rhythmic Medicine offers Native American Flutes, Steel Drums, etc. Booth 803
  • Eden Theological Seminary
    Academic rigor and contextual experience combine with a welcome and diverse student body and faculty to provide progressive theological education in St. Louis, Missouri. Booth 719
  • Egan Church Restorations
    Egan's Church Restorations We feature stained glass repair, stained glass frame repair, painting, pews, pulpits, cushions and most interior or exterior repairs. 800-440-1202 Booth 226
  • Episcopal Divinity School - Cambridge, Mass.
    In an ever-changing world, Episcopal Divinity School (EDS) is a respected and progressive center for study and spiritual formation for lay and ordained leaders. Booth 715
  • Equal Exchange
    Equal Exchange is a fair trade organization with a 13 year partnership with the UUSC. Our products are: coffee, tea, chocolate, olive oil and snacks. Booth 314
  • EqUUal Access
    The Mission of EqUUal Access is to enable the full engagement of people with disabilities in Unitarian Universalist communities and the broader society. Booth 324
  • Ferry Beach Park Association
    Ferry Beach is a beautiful conference and retreat center on the southern coast of Maine. We are committed to personal transformation. We are a welcoming UU community with a variety of conferences. Booth 620
  • Final Exit Network
    Final Exit Network believes mentally competent adults have the basic human right to end their lives if they are suffering with an irreversible illness or intractable pain. Booth 417
  • Frozen Light
    Sterling silver jewelry with gemstones and exotic clothing collected from the finest of global artisans. Booth 827
  • GA 2015 Portland
    Local information about Portland, OR. Booth 800
  • GA Service Project 2014
    The 2014 Service Project addresses the issues of hunger and homelessness. It features an Empty Bowls project to benefit two Rhode Island organizations, Housing First RI and McAuley House. Booth 700
  • Green Century Funds
    Environmentally responsible and fossil fuel free mutual funds - including the Green Century Balanced Fund and the Green Century Equity Fund - founded by environmental advocacy organizations and committed to shareholder activism. Booth 505
  • Green Mountain Stoles
    Unique, affordable stoles for all occasions. Multiple lengths available. Created by Ellen Allman and Erica Baron using piecing, stenciling, and applique. Booth 608
  • Harvard Divinity School
    HDS is a nonsectarian school of religious and theological studies based within a major research university advancing understanding of religion educating leaders for a religiously complex world. Booth 713
  • HUUmanists
    Celebrating the humanist core of UUism; a bridge between UUs and secular/non-religious groups. Join us in humanist community, social justice, scholarship and service. Booth 416
  • Iliff School of Theology
    Offers Master's and Doctorate degrees. Iliff prepares students to inspire, lead, and transform a spiritually, socially complex world and deeply engage religious and cultural traditions. Booth 717
  • Interweave and UU's for Polyamory Awareness
    Two grassroots organizations advocating for and ministering to BGLT and polyamorous UU's and their friends and allies. Booth 128
  • Liberal Religious Educators Association (LREDA)
    LREDA promotes religious growth and learning for people of all ages and advocates for and supports religious educators and the field of liberal religious education. Booth 113
  • Lilies of the field by Sandy LLC
    Women's hand made clothing: Jackets, Skirts, Coats, & accessories. Booth 100
  • Magnificat Liturgical Artwork
    Colorful stoles, paraments and vestments as well as jewelry and scanecklaces. We are a home-based business created by retired clergy and teacher. Come see us! Booth 817
    Mayan Families provides opportunities and assistance to the indigenous and impoverished people of Guatemala through education and community development programs. Founded by UU's. Booth 107
  • Meadville Lombard Theological School
    Where religious leaders learn, grounded in Unitarian Universalist heritage and experience. The Fahs Collaborative: Forging pathways in faith formation that spark the human spirit. Booth 400
  • Navigators USA
    Navigators USA is a co-ed, secular and non-discriminatory, scouting organization started at the Unitarian Church of All Souls NY in 2003. It is now the fastest growing, largest alternative scouting organization in the country with affiliates in the Unite Booth 625
  • Northern Sun
    Chalice plaques, T-Shirts, Stickers, Banners & Flags, Buttons, etc with Spiritual, Funny, Political, GLBT, Environmental themes. Booth 604
  • Progressive Asset Management Group/FWG & Pax World Investments
    With a focus on Socially and Environmentally Responsible Investing (SRI/ESG), we offer opportunities to align your investments with your personal values and social concerns, including Fossil Fuel Divestment Booth 503
  • Project Have Hope
    Project Have Hope empowers women and children in Uganda with the educational and economic tools and resources to move from poverty to self-sufficiency. Booth 316
  • Promise the Children
    Promise the Children informs & mobilizes Unitarian Universalists to advocate for programs that give vulnerable children opportunity like Headstart, Medicaide & school meals. Booth 108
  • Secular Coalition for America
    The Secular Coalition for America is a non-profit advocacy organization amplifying the diverse and growing voice of the nontheistic and secular community in the United States. Booth 228
  • Silver Cloud Studio
    Artisan crafted chalice jewelry in sterling silver, copper and gold. Discounts for D.R.E.s, churches and congregations. Fundraising program for youth groups. Booth 427
  • Progressive Merchandise
    Progressive buttons and decals (made in the USA, many Union), magnets, T-shirts (unisex and ladies, made in the USA, some organic) and peace jewelry. Booth 500A
  • Socially Responsible Investment Committee
    The UUA Socially Responsible Investing Committee will provide information and answer questions about the successes, strategy and tactics of the SRIC. Booth 300
  • Star Island
    This summer, vacation with a purpose on Star Island -- one of the Isles of Shoals off the coast of NH. Home to multigenerational UU programs for over 100 years. Booth 614
  • Starr King School for the Ministry
    Starr King School educates people for progressive ministry and religious leadership. Its distinctive educational approach is rooted in countering oppressions/creating just and sustainable communities. Booth 705
  • Strands of Common Thread
    Strands of Common Thread is a one-woman studio that focuses on hand-dyed fabric and printmaking. Items range from UU principles to prayer flags. Booth 423
  • Syracuse Cultural Workers
    Since 1982, Syracuse Cultural Workers has published posters, T-shirts, calendars, cards and more on 100% postconsumer waste stock that celebrate and further a vision of justice, liberation, equality and peace. Booth 224
    Explore world cultures and religions and Unitarian Universalist Sources, and practice peace, through The Culture Company's Religious Education programs, interactive workshops and camp curricula. Booth 624
  • The Lionheart Foundation
    UU Values in Action: Transforming Prisons into Houses of Healing The Lionheart Foundation is a leader in prisoner rehabilitation and emotional literacy development. Free training for volunteers. Booth 318
  • The Mountain Retreat & Learning Center
    A Unitarian Universalist treasure in the Southern Appalachian's, The Mountain offers diverse programming, inspiration, and renewal for both youth and adults. Booth 616
  • The Unitarian Universalist Society for Community Ministries
    As the Professional Association for Community Ministers in the Unitarian Universalist Association, UUSCM is a central point of information and networking about how Community Ministry is done, and how it benefits the member congregations of the Association Booth 111
  • Unitarian Universalist Animal Ministry (UUAM)
    UUAM promotes non-violence and respect toward all life. We provide practical information and support to help individuals and congregations make compassionate choices. Booth 207
  • Unitarian Universalist Association of Membership Professionals
    We focus on helping our congregations welcome the stranger, provide newcomers with education and encourage membership as expressed in community involvement, spiritual deepening and stewardship. Booth 115
  • Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship
    Resources and Community Connections for freely following Jesus as Unitarian Universalists from the UUCF founded in 1945. Booth 327
  • Unitarian Universalist Curriculum and Resources Developers (UUCARDS)
    UUCARDS is a cooperative group of independent developers and producers of quality religious education curricula and related material for use by Unitarian Universalist congregations. Booth 727
  • Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association
    The UUMA is the professional organization for UU Ministers and seeks to nurture excellence in ministry through collegiality, continuing education, and collaboration. Booth 119
  • Unitarian Universalist Refugee and Immigrant Services and Education
    UURISE provides legal immigration counseling and representation, and resettlement services to immigrants and refugees. and presents educational advocacy and training to the wider community. Booth 507
  • Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
    UUSC advances human rights and social justice around the world, partnering with those who confront unjust power structures and mobilizing to challenge oppressive policies. Booth 308
  • Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation
    The Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation works to advance justice for women and girls and promote their spiritual growth through education, advocacy, and several funding programs. Booth 129
  • Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic Community
    For world peace, UUJEC seeks to Engage, Educate and Activate peoples of all religious persuasions and ethnicities to mobilize and confront economic injustice internationally by inspiring our congregations to action. Booth 110
  • Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
    Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness works to help people understand Judaism and the ways it has impacted and continues to develop our Unitarian Universalist faith. Booth 326
  • UU Abolitionists
    We are a coalition of congregational teams and individual UUs who are working to end modern slavery and human trafficking, which impact 30 million people. Booth 105
    The UUBF supports UUs interested in Buddhism of any tradition and supports imprisoned members of the CLF. See us about our new Buddhist sermon contest. Booth 323
  • UU History and Heritage Society/UU Collegium
    UUHHS is dedicated to studying our UU heritage. Sample publications, learn about programs, and discuss local history. UU Collegium is an Association for Liberal Religious Studies. Booth 106
  • UU International
    Stop by and consult with one of the seven major international UU organizations on how to get your congregation internationally engaged. Booth 304
  • UU Mass Action & UU State Advocacy Networks
    UU Mass Action and the other UU State Advocacy Networks help Unitarian Universalists live their faith through action. Learn how you can change the world! Booth 104
  • UU Ministry for Earth
    UUMFE works to connect and inspire an active community of UUs for environmental justice, spiritual renewal, and shared reverence for our Earth home. Booth 203
  • UU Musicians Network
    The UU Musicians Network provides support and inspiration for UU music leaders. We have many helpful resources for your congregation's music program. Booth 117
  • UU Mystics in Community
    Community of UU's sharing an interest in mysticism and our UU first source statement about direct experience of transcending mystery and wonder. Also on Facebook. Booth 328
  • UU Small Group Ministry Network
    Support for Small Group Ministry and Covenant Group programs including consultation, multi-theme and social justice session books, facilitator training manual, and other excellent resources. Booth 723
  • UU Trauma Response Ministry
    UUTRM serves the UU community by providing spiritual & emotional care to those affected by disaster and significant trauma. Booth 528
  • UU Veatch Program / UU Funding Program
    The UU Veatch Program and UU Funding Program make grants supporting denominational growth, engaging UUs in social action and to non-denominational organizations reflecting UU principles. Booth 101
  • UU Women and Religion
    Continental UU Women and Religion promotes examination of religious roots of sexism and patriarchy. Curricula, books, CDs on women's spirituality. 2014 focus on Reproductive Justice. Booth 114
  • UUA Bookstore
    Featuring books from Skinner House, Beacon, the UUA, and other publishers, plus UU identity and Standing on the Side of Love merchandise. Booth 831
  • UUA Expressway
    Travel the UUA Expressway. Learn to build capacity, strengthen faith, spread the word, and organize! Start a youth ministry; evaluate curriculum; energize your justice committee; develop your professional staff; make staffing, insurance and retirement work for you and your congregation; grow your congregation and its impact in the community. Aiming to make your congregation safer, more diverse, more welcoming? Want to turbocharge generosity and stewardship? Take the UUA Expressway: 11 stops – one goal! Love Reaches Out! Booth Outside Foyer
  • UUA Stewardship & Development
    Learn how Umbrella Giving and Legacy Giving can support your congregation, and let us thank you for your support of the work of our UUA. Booth Outside Foyer
  • UUADP & UUPMN & Preventing Gun Violence
    UUs for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, the UU Peace Ministry Network and Preventing Gun Violence assist UU congregations in creating a just world. Booth 124
  • UUs for Justice in the Middle East
    Confused about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Wonder why UUs should even care? Find answers to your questions, plus authentic Palestinian handicrafts for sale at the UUJME booth. Booth 404
  • UUSC Advocacy Center
    Take action for social justice! Campaign to raise wages, help promote the human right to water and food sovereignty, and involve your congregation. Learn how! Booth 413
  • Winter Institutes Myrtle Beach
    Varied new events for liberals of all types in inexpensive, quality, off-season Myrtle Beach, SC resort properties. Have fun while creating vibrant new UU institutions. Booth 618
  • WomenSpirit and Abiding Spirit Vestments
    WomenSpirit, Vestments for Women and Abiding Spirit, Vestments for Men. Beautiful garments in high quality fabrics including natural fibers and blends designed for discerning clergy. Booth 628

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Last updated on Friday, June 6, 2014.

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