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Small Congregations

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  • By UUA Stewardship and Development Staff Group
    As an association of congregations, the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) can and should put its combined strengths to work for the...

Central East Regional Group

  • By UUA Congregational Life Staff Group
    We know that small congregations are sharing the Love and Grace of Unitarian Universalism with their people and their communities every day. We also know that small churches can be faced with big challenges. Together we can help small congregations reach toward their greatest potential.
  • Smaller churches are so important to Unitarian Universalism. Two-thirds of all our UU congregations have under 160 members. What’s more, the best features of smaller church are often just what seekers and the religiously curious are looking for these days.

General Assembly Presentations

  • By Scott Tayler, Tandi Rogers
    Satellites, multi-site, yolked ministries and partnerships can explored by all types of congregations - tiny, large, urban, rural, clustered, or isolated. Might multi-site be right for you?

LeaderLab

MidAmerica Events

Pacific Western Region

  • By UUA Congregational Life Staff Group
    We know that small congregations are sharing the Love and Grace of Unitarian Universalism with their people and their communities every day. We also know that small churches can be faced with big challenges. Together we can help small congregations reach toward their greatest potential.

Skinner House Books

Southern Region

  • By UUA Congregational Life Staff Group
    We know that small congregations are sharing the Love and Grace of Unitarian Universalism with their people and their communities every day. We also know that small churches can be faced with big challenges. Together we can help small congregations reach toward their greatest potential.