Accounts on UUA.org
Every page on UUA.org has links in the upper right corner that enable you to create an account and log in. What can you do on UUA.org once you have logged in?
What You Can Do
Your Profile: When you create your account, you can add an image and biographical text and indicate which congregation you are associated with.
Liking and Commenting: Almost every page on UUA.org has a Like button and an icon that adds the page to your list of UUA.org bookmarks. A Bookmark link at the top of every page gives you a quick way to see your list of bookmarked pages. You can comment on many UUA.org 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.
Discussion Forums: The GA Forum is the first of many discussion forums on UUA.org. 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 account holders.
Sharing Congregational Actions: If your congregation or other Unitarian Universalist (UU) group has taken action on a social action project, you can post about it on various action project pages and send direct messages to other people who have posted about the project.
Private Sections: Specific groups can have private pages 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. UUA.org hosts a number of online courses that happen in private sections.
What You Can't Do: When You Need to Log In Somewhere Else
Congregational staff: To update your member and lay leader information, certify your membership numbers, and designate delegates for General Assembly, use to the Data Services System.
inSpirit UU Book and Gift Shop (the UUA's bookstore): Our online store has a separate system of accounts for placing and tracking orders.