Congregation Search Results
Your search returned 233 result(s) for congregations in the New England Region.
UU Society in Brooklyn, Connecticut, Inc.
Old Brooklyn Meeting House, 7 Hartford Road (southwest corner, junc. Rts 6 and 169)
Brooklyn CT 06234
PO Box 38
Brooklyn, CT 06234-0038
Church ID: 2635 - Staff & Stats
Unitarian Society of New Haven
Unitarian Society of Hartford
Shoreline UU Society
UU Society: East
Church ID: 2721 - Staff & Stats
UU Church in Meriden
First Universalist Society in New Haven
All Souls UU Congregation of New London
Church ID: 2731 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of Norwich CT
Church ID: 2733 - Staff & Stats
Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Connecticut
UU Congregation in Stamford
Unitarian Fellowship of Storrs
UU Church Greater Bridgeport
The Universalist Church of West Hartford
The Unitarian Church in Westport
Church ID: 2814 - Staff & Stats
Mattatuck UU Society
UU Society of Amherst
Church ID: 4125 - Staff & Stats
UU Congregation in Andover
First Parish UU of Arlington, Massachusetts
Church ID: 4132 - Staff & Stats
First Parish Church of Ashby UU
First Church Unitarian Inc.
Murray UU Church
Church ID: 4135 - Staff & Stats
Unitarian Church of Barnstable
Church ID: 4211 - Staff & Stats
First Parish in Bedford
Church ID: 4212 - Staff & Stats
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An accredited Green Sanctuary congregation has educated themselves and created projects in four focus areas: environmental justice, worship and celebration, religious education, and sustainable living.