Connection and Care
Whether you’re searching for meaning, mending a broken heart, or simply needing some friends who share your values, Unitarian Universalism is here for you: connecting, caring, healing.
Unitarian Universalism connects you with real people: people who will be real with you. Learning and laughing across generations and cultures, we build relationships of care and support.
Every congregation, group, and network within our movement has its own special ways of connecting and caring. Whatever your age and stage, you can meet people, engage in groups and programs, and volunteer in ways that build community and nurture others.
- Youth in middle school and high school
- Young adults and students in colleges and universities
- Adults, families, and older adults
Contact a congregation or group to learn more about the ways they connect and care.
Learn more about some of our programs (also known as “ministries”) that support connection and care throughout Unitarian Universalism.
- Accessibility and Disability Ministries
- Addictions Ministries
- Campus Ministries
- Care and Counseling Ministries
- Immigration Ministries
- Justice Ministries
- Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and/or Transgender Ministries
- Military Ministries
- Prison Ministries
- Racial Justice and Multicultural Ministries
- Small Group Ministries (also known as covenant groups)
- Spiritual Growth and Learning Ministries