UUA RSS Feeds: Headlines and Updates
UUA RSS Feeds: Headlines and Updates

Subscribe to the Unitarian Universalist Association's (UUA) Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds to get headlines and updates delivered directly to your desktop. Our RSS feeds will inform you when fresh content appears on this site with headlines and links to full articles—so you spend less time searching for content and more time enjoying it.

  • UUA Top Stories
    Featuring the most recent headlines from UUA.org's home page.
  • UU World's Latest Stories
    Featuring the most recent headlines from Spirit, Ideas, Life, and News.
  • UUs in the Media
    Featuring entries from UU World's news blog, which tracks stories about Unitarian Universalists (UUs) from other sites.
  • The Interdependent Web
    Featuring entries from UU World's weekly roundup of UU blogs and websites.
  • UU Parenting
    A weekly discussion about parenting and liberal religion.
  • General Assembly Blog
    Featuring updates from the annual General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
  • UUA.org Updates
    Resources, reports, applications, deadlines and more: this feed features recent updates or additions to UUA.org.

Add our story feeds to your website! We provide code and instructions so our constantly-updating headlines can appear on your website.

What is RSS?

RSS stands for “really simple syndication.” It's a format for distributing web content with specially formatted files used by newsreaders and some web browsers to summarize new headlines or recent changes to a website.

Some web browsers allow you to subscribe to RSS feeds directly—new UUA.org headlines will show up in your browser’s bookmarks. Many websiteslike Yahoo!, Google, and many Internet service providers’ home pagesoffer personalized home pages to which you can add RSS feeds (see My Yahoo! for example).

Software is also available to monitor RSS feeds on your computer desktop, including FeedDemon for Windows and NewsFire for Apple computers. These programs are called newsreaders or RSS aggregators. Most newsreaders present you with easy-to-browse headlines and short summaries with links that will take you to the full article.

You will receive new content as soon as it is made available—no more searching your favorite sites for the latest news!

Learn more about RSS and newsreaders:

  • What is RSS?
    A basic tutorial introducation from Software Garden, Inc.
  • BBC RSS Feeds
    The BBC’s user-friendly RSS tutorial and guide to news readers.

For more information contact web@uua.org.

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