Congregation Search Results
Your search returned 42 result(s) for congregations in Pennsylvania.
UU Fellowship of Blair County
Edith Davis Eve Chapel, PSU Altoona, 3000 Ivyside Drive
Altoona PA 16601
PMB #110, 116 E. Chestnut Ave.
Altoona, PA 16601
UU Church of Athens and Sheshequin
The UU Church of the Lehigh Valley
UUs of the Cumberland Valley
Church ID: 7217 - Staff & Stats
Lycoming UU Congregation
Church ID: 282430 - Staff & Stats
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Main Line Unitarian Church
Church ID: 7221 - Staff & Stats
UU Congregation of Erie
(Total includes members of this congregation's branch congregation(s))
UU Congregation of Erie, Oil City Branch
Church ID: 7222 - Staff & Stats
Church ID: 7418 - Staff & Stats
UUs of Gettysburg
Church ID: 7226 - Staff & Stats
First UU Church of Girard
Church ID: 7224 - Staff & Stats
Unitarian Church of Harrisburg
Church ID: 7231 - Staff & Stats
First UU Church of Indiana
First Universalist Church
UU Church of Lancaster PA
UU Fellowship of Lower Bucks
Church ID: 7235 - Staff & Stats
Joseph Priestley UU Fellowship
Church ID: 7311 - Staff & Stats
UU Fellowship Ligonier Valley
Church ID: 7416 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of Meadville
UU Church of Delaware County
Church ID: 7314 - Staff & Stats
East Suburban UU Church
UU Congregation of Susquehanna Valley
Unitarian Society of Germantown
First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia
UU Church of the Restoration
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