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The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) website averages over 5,200 visits a day—almost 3,000 from new users. Every week, about 5,400 congregation searches are performed—over 3,000 from new users. is one of our most important tools for introducing seekers to Unitarian Universalism.

Latest Improvements

The GA Forum is the first of (possibly) many discussion forums on You can post about new topics or comment on other people's posts, and subscribe to receive email notifications about new posts and comments. You can also send direct messages to other accountholders.

You can log in and comment on many pages, including most of the pages in Worship Web. You can also reply to comments, flag them as inappropriate, "like" them, and subscribe to receive email notifications of new comments on the page.

When you create your account, you can add an image and biographical text and indicate which congregation you are associated with. 

If you are logged in, almost every page on now has a Like button and an icon that adds the page to your list of bookmarks. A Bookmark link at the top of every page gives you a quick way to see your list of bookmarked pages. 


Just Mercy

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A powerful true story about the potential for mercy to redeem us, and a clarion call to fix our broken system of justice-from one of the most brilliant and influential lawyers of our time.

The 2015-2016 UUA Common Read

Specific groups can have private sections of pages and files that are accessible only to members of the group. For example, ministers in preliminary fellowship can have accounts that are in a group that gives them access to pages specifically for them. accounts will give you access to other features later in the winter of 2016, when we add discussion forums to some pages.

Here's a list of other recent improvements to

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You can also visit, the UUA's online magazine.

Cultivating Empathy

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This emotionally honest and personal exploration of conflict introduces a creative and compassionate way to develop empathetic responses using the spiritual practice of the moral imagination.

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margy 7 months 2 days ago

You can now comment on a few pages on We'll be expanding comments to almost all of WorshipWeb over the next few weeks!

kkruser 3 months 2 weeks ago

This has been done now, right?

Margy 3 months 2 weeks ago

Yes, all WorshipWeb pages with worship elements now allow comments. And a few other pages around the site.

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