Congregation Search Results
Your search returned 37 result(s) for congregations in Illinois.
First Unitarian Church of Alton
Church ID: 3134 - Staff & Stats
The Federated Church
UU Church of Bloomington Normal
Church ID: 3213 - Staff & Stats
Carbondale Unitarian Fellowship
UU Fellowship of Eastern Illinois
Beverly Unitarian Church
Third Unitarian Church of Chicago
Second Unitarian Church
Peoples Church of Chicago Inc.
All Souls Free Religious Fellowship
First Unitarian Society of Chicago
Church ID: 3222 - Staff & Stats
UU Fellowship of Decatur
North Shore Unitarian Church
UU Fellowship of DeKalb
UU Church of Elgin
Unitarian Church of Evanston
Church ID: 3314 - Staff & Stats
The UU Society of Geneva, IL
Church ID: 3316 - Staff & Stats
Prairie Circle UU Congregation
Church ID: 3315 - Staff & Stats
Unitarian Church of Hinsdale
Church ID: 3322 - Staff & Stats
Universalist Unitarian Church of Joliet
UU Fellowship of Macomb
Tree of Life UU Congregation
Mt. Vernon UU Fellowship
Dupage UU Church
Church ID: 3334 - Staff & Stats
Unity Temple UU Congregation
Church ID: 3337 - 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.
An Emerging Congregation has not yet been accepted into UUA membership. It may be new and growing toward full service or not yet ready to become a UUA member congregation.
Congregations that have taken part in the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Welcoming Congregation Program are intentionally more inclusive towards bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender people.
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.