Congregation Search Results
Your search returned 65 result(s) for congregations in New York.
First UU Society of Albany
Church ID: 6123 - Staff & Stats
Pullman Memorial Universalist Church
Church ID: 6124 - Staff & Stats
Auburn UU Society
Unitarian Church of Barneveld
Church ID: 6131 - Staff & Stats
UU Society of South Suffolk
UU Fellowship of Big Flats
Church ID: 6134 - Staff & Stats
UU Congregation of Binghamton
Church ID: 6135 - Staff & Stats
UU Congregation of The South Fork Inc.
Church ID: 6620 - Staff & Stats
First Unitarian Congregational Society in Brooklyn
Church ID: 6211 - Staff & Stats
All Souls Bethlehem Church
UU Church of Buffalo
Church ID: 6213 - Staff & Stats
Camden Area UUs
UU Church of Canandaigua
Church ID: 6218 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of Canton
Church ID: 6214 - Staff & Stats
First Universalist Society of Central Square
Church ID: 6216 - Staff & Stats
UU Fellowship of Chautauqua
Phone: (716) 357-9315
Phone 2: (440) 247-7906
Church ID: 6217 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of Cortland
UU Congregation of the Hudson Valley
UU Church of East Aurora
UU Fellowship at Stony Brook
UU Congregation of Queens
UU Congregation of Northern Chautauqua
Church ID: 6236 - Staff & Stats
South Nassau UU Congregation
UU Congregation of Central Nassau
UU Church of Hamburg
Church ID: 6321 - 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.