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Unitarian Universalist Pamphlets

Visiting a congregation for the first time, or even the first few times, can be intimidating. Whether you are a Unitarian Universalist (UU) new to a particular congregation or a seeker curious about Unitarian Universalism, it can be hard to even know what your questions are about this religious community. What are the beliefs and customs here? Am I welcome? Will my family feel comfortable here? What does this community and/or religious tradition have to offer me as I navigate the journey of life? And what about the big questions I have about the meaning of it all? Is it alright to talk about my uncertainty here?

That's why many Unitarian Universalist (UU) churches have a pamphlet rack right in the front lobby, with short, accessible, and clear introductions to Unitarian Universalist beliefs and theology; statements of affirmation for people of all backgrounds, beliefs, and identities; and explanations of what you can expect to find in most UU communities. Pamphlets also offer short lists of other resources that you can go to for more in-depth information.

UU pamphlets are available from inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop along with a wide selection of bookmarks, wallet cards, and posters to help congregations and UUs offer a welcoming introduction to our faith. Have suggestions for a new pamphlet? Contact the Pamphlet Team at fpadirector [at] uua [dot] org.

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A compassionate resource for those coping.

The link between faith and social justice.

Honoring two religious and cultural backgrounds.

Sixteen short prayers, graces, and chalice lightings.

What unites Unitarian Universalists?

Buddhist-Jewish, Atheist-Christian, Hindu-Muslim—every combination is welcome.

Five personal testimonials by UU scientists.

A warm welcome to the whole spectrum.

Interfaith and community partnerships for social justice.

Personal stories of encounters with the transcendent.

Seven UUs share their different beliefs.

Six UUs share their connections with Jesus.

Introduction for newcomers includes seven Principles and six Sources.

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