Covenanting communities are a new kind of Unitarian Universalist (UU) group. They claim a UU identity and advance UU values, but they look and feel different from a traditional congregation....
Related organizations are diverse groups that embrace Unitarian Universalist principles and traditions outside of congregations and covenanting communities. They include member and professional organizations, justice-focused groups, camps and conference centers, and more. Associate organizations are named in UUA bylaws, and are limited to the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee and the Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation, two organizations who have an historic connection to the Unitarian Universalist Association.
To learn more about how to become a related organization, email email@example.com. Read more about benefits available to related and associate organizations.
Camps, Conference Centers, or Retirement Homes
Murray Grove Retreat and Renewal Center
This historic site is where John Murray preached his first Universalist sermon in America in 1770. Located on twenty peaceful acres in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey, Murray Grove offers year round lodging for up to sixty-six people, meeting spaces, commercial kitchen and a (seasonal) salt water...
UNIQUEST is a small Unitarian Universalist publishing venture that encourages dialogue, research and scholarship between and among differing Unitarian Universalists and liberal international religious groups; it supports the maintenance of liberal religious archives both nationally and...
A welcoming and unique community located in the forever-wild Adirondacks, Unirondack provides summer camp experiences for young people within a community where UU values are lived and every aspect of the program is filled with opportunities for self-expression, creativity and belonging.
Rowe Camp & Conference Center
Rowe Center is nestled in Western Massachusetts' Berkshire Mountains, offering year-round weekend workshops led by nationally known presenters on nature, spirituality, creative arts, personal growth, and politics. Summer camps are for children, youth and adults, and a community service internship...
Hale House, located in Boston's Back Bay, is a residence for elderly moderate-and low-income people. It has 56 private rooms, elevators, a library, sitting and dining rooms, and a lovely garden. Nursing care and personal assistance are available 24 hours a day. Hale Barnard operates a social day...
The Channing-Murray Foundation provides a liberal religious center for the campus community of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Its mission is to provide educational opportunities to explore Unitarian Universalist spirituality, reflect our concern for social justice, encourage free...
Unitarian Universalist Women and Religion
Continental Unitarian Universalist Women & Religion (UUWR) is a network of Unitarian Universalist (UU) women's organizations and individuals, dedicated to freeing ourselves, others, and the Earth from traditional, historical, and contemporary oppressive and patriarchal systems. serves as a link...
Southwest Unitarian Universalist Women (SWUUW)
A non-profit organization that supports women through worship, learning, leadership, community and social justice, SWUUW discusses women's issues, explores feminist theology, promotes friendships and celebrates the diversities that make us unique women on our individual spiritual paths....