Congregation Search Results
Your search returned 73 result(s) for congregations in California.
UU Church in Anaheim
Camp de Benneville Pines
UU Fellowship of Santa Cruz County
Church ID: 2034 - Staff & Stats
Sierra Foothills UUs
Church ID: 2037 - Staff & Stats
Unitarian Fellowship of Kern County
Humboldt UU Fellowship
Church ID: 2111 - Staff & Stats
Berkeley Fellowship of UUs
Church ID: 2113 - Staff & Stats
UU Community of Cambria
Church ID: 2430 - Staff & Stats
Emerson UU Church
Church ID: 2115 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of the Monterey Peninsula
Church ID: 2311 - Staff & Stats
UU Fellowship in Chico
South Bay campus of First UU Church of San Diego
Orange Coast UU Church
Church ID: 2125 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of Davis
Church ID: 2132 - Staff & Stats
Chalice UU Congregation
Church ID: 2336 - Staff & Stats
Mission Peak UU Congregation
Church ID: 2136 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of Fresno
Church ID: 2211 - Staff & Stats
The UU Congregation in Fullerton
Church ID: 2213 - Staff & Stats
Live Oak UU Congregation
Church ID: 2210 - Staff & Stats
UU Community of the Mountains
Church ID: 2310 - Staff & Stats
Starr King UU Church
UU Community of Lake County
Church ID: 2218 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of Berkeley
UU Church of the Verdugo Hills
UU Fellowship of Laguna Beach
Church ID: 2222 - Staff & Stats
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Honor Congregations are those contributing their full requested contribution of the end of the fiscal year.
Covenanting Communities are a new kind of Unitarian Universalist (UU) group. They claim a UU identity and advance UU values, but they look and feel different from a traditional congregation. Covenanting communities include small meeting groups, missional communities, intentional living cooperatives, national networks, and more.
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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.