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Magazine Ads for Your Congregation

The following ads appeared in Time Magazine during the Fall 2007 - Spring 2008 seasons. All are designed to provoke curiosity and interest. Each ad invites folks searching for an open-minded religious community to explore Unitarian Universalism (UUism).

The ads noted below are for viewing only. The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is also providing these ads in a press-quality format adapted for congregations to use in their local advertising. Most of these ads are also available in black and white, and most are full page magazine ads, except where noted.

"Is God Keeping You From Going to Church?" (PDF) appears in the October 15, 2007, issue of Time Magazine.

"Find Us and Ye Shall Seek" (PDF) is the message of a two-page "advertorial" that appears in the November 5, 2007, issue of Time Magazine. That two-page ad has been adapted to a one-page ad for congregational use. This ad is also available in a one-third page (PDF) size and format.

"When in Doubt, Pray. When in Prayer, Doubt." (PDF) appears in the April 14, 2008, issue of Time Magazine.

"My God is better than Your God." (PDF) appears in the May 12, 2008, issue of Time Magazine. This ad is also available in a one-third page (PDF) size and format.

These ads are available in PDF format only. Congregations can place their name and contact information in the lower left hand corner, parallel to the UUA logo.

For more information contact conglife @ uua.org.

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Last updated on Thursday, July 18, 2013.

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