Congregation Search Results
Your search returned 22 result(s) for congregations in Vermont.
First Universalist Church & Society of Barnard
First Church in Barre Universalist 1796
Church ID: 7921 - Staff & Stats
UU Fellowship of Bennington
Church ID: 7923 - Staff & Stats
United Church of Bethel
First UU Society of Burlington VT Inc.
Church ID: 7931 - Staff & Stats
First Universalist Parish of Chester, Inc.
Church ID: 7932 - Staff & Stats
First Universalist Parish
Church ID: 7934 - Staff & Stats
First Universalist Society of Hartland
Church ID: 7936 - Staff & Stats
Mount Mansfield UU Fellowship
Champlain Valley UU Society
Church ID: 7937 - Staff & Stats
The Unitarian Church of Montpelier
Church ID: 8011 - Staff & Stats
Washington UU Congregation
UU Fellowship of Stowe
St. Johns in the Mountains, Corner of Luce Hill & Mountain Rd (Rt 108)
Stowe VT 05672
c/o Nancy Banks
Morrisville, VT 05661-8046
First Universalist Society
Church ID: 8012 - Staff & Stats
UU Congregation of the Upper Valley
Church ID: 5824 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of Rutland
Church ID: 8014 - Staff & Stats
The Universalist Society of Strafford
Church ID: 8006 - Staff & Stats
UU Church in Springfield
Church ID: 8021 - Staff & Stats
Universalist Unitarian Congregation of St. Johnsbury
Church ID: 8015 - Staff & Stats
All Souls Church, Inc.
Church ID: 7925 - Staff & Stats
Universalist Society of West Burke
Phone: (802) 467-3555
Phone 2: (802) 467-3755
Email: uusocietyofwestburke @ gmail.com
Church ID: 8026 - Staff & Stats
N Universalist Chapel Society
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