Congregation Search Results
Your search returned 26 result(s) for congregations in Minnesota.
Pilgrim House UU Fellowship
Headwaters UU Fellowship
Church ID: 5434 - Staff & Stats
Minnesota Valley UU Fellowship
Church ID: 5435 - Staff & Stats
Buffalo UU Fellowship
Church ID: 597874 - Staff & Stats
Dakota UU Church
UU Congregation of Duluth
Michael Servetus Unitarian Society
Itasca Unitarian Fellowship
3906 East Highway 169
Grand Rapids MN 55744
PO Box 426
Grand Rapids, MN 55744-0426
Church ID: 5514 - Staff & Stats
Nora Church UU
White Bear UU Church
UU Fellowship of Mankato
Church ID: 5516 - Staff & Stats
First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis
Church ID: 5521 - Staff & Stats
Minnesota UU Social Justice Alliance (MUUSJA)
First Universalist Church of Minneapolis
Church ID: 5522 - Staff & Stats
UU Fellowship of Northfield
Church ID: 5523 - Staff & Stats
Northwoods UU Fellowship
Church ID: 5436 - Staff & Stats
First UU Church of Rochester, MN
St. Cloud UU Fellowship
Church ID: 5531 - Staff & Stats
Unity Church Unitarian
Groveland UU Fellowship
Church ID: 525032 - Staff & Stats
Lake Fellowship of UUs
Church ID: 5512 - Staff & Stats
Unitarian Church of Underwood
Church ID: 5533 - Staff & Stats
Mesabi UU Church
UU Church of Minnetonka
UU Church of Willmar
Church ID: 5611 - Staff & Stats
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