Congregation Search Results
Your search returned 35 result(s) for congregations in North Carolina.
UU Congregation of Asheville
Church ID: 6624 - Staff & Stats
UU Congregation of the Swannanoa Valley
Church ID: 6627 - Staff & Stats
Boone UU Fellowship
UUs of Transylvania County
Church ID: 6628 - Staff & Stats
Sacred Fire UU
No formal meeting location.
301 Davie Rd
Carrboro NC 27510-1607
The Community Church of Chapel Hill UU
Piedmont UU Church
(Total includes members of this congregation's branch congregation(s))
Piedmont UU Church Salisbury Gathering
Church ID: 6630 - Staff & Stats
UU Community of Charlotte
Church ID: 6625 - Staff & Stats
First Universalist Church of Sampson County at Red Hill
Eno River UU Fellowship
UU Fellowship of the Albemarle
Nuthin' Fancy Cafe, (1st & 3rd Saturday of the month)
Edenton NC 27932
1301 Arrowhead Trl
Edenton, NC 27932-9131
UU Congregation of Fayetteville
UU Fellowship of Franklin North Carolina
Church ID: 6636 - Staff & Stats
UUs in Covenant
UU Congregation of Greenville
Church ID: 6635 - Staff & Stats
UU Fellowship Hendersonville NC. Inc.
Church ID: 6637 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of Catawba Valley
UU Congregation of Hillsborough
Church ID: 6710 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of Greensboro
UU Congregation of Kinston, NC
UU Congregation of the Outer Banks
Church ID: 6717 - Staff & Stats
UU Congregation of Caldwell County
UU Fellowship of Lake Norman
Church ID: 6641 - Staff & Stats
Unitarian Coastal Fellowship
Yadkin Valley U U Fellowship
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