Below you will find third-party sites and resources. If you have a favorite resource that's not included in the list, please let us know.
- Diverse & Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries
DRUUMM is a welcoming spiritual and cultural home for People of Color. DRUUMM was organized in 1998 by religious professionals of color (Ministers, Directors of Religious Education, UUA Staff), and has grown to be inclusive of all People of Color who share in the vision of DRUUMM and seek to build a meaningful anti-racist, anti-oppressive, multicultural community.
- The Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is a religious organization (PDF) that combines two traditions: the Universalists, who organized in 1793, and the Unitarians, who organized in 1825. They consolidated into the UUA in 1961...
- UUA RE Credentialing Program
The Religious Education Credentialing Program works to strengthen Unitarian Universalist (UU) religious education through the continued development and professionalization of lay religious educators, and to provide a clear and effective system for standards and recognition of these achievements.
- Senior Ministers of Large UU Congregations (SMOLUUC)
SMOLUUC was founded in the early 1980's to serve the needs of Unitarian Universalist clergy serving congregations with over 550 members. Here you will find information about the covenant and history of this group as well as a wealth of resources which can be helpful to congregations of all sizes.
Unitarian Universalist congregations serve the spiritual growth of individuals, support and strengthen healthy institutions,and encourage caring and prophetic service in the wider world.
Resources on this site are free for the use of all who are interested in growing healthy active congregations filled with individuals seeking truth while supporting the dignity and worth of each individual.
- The Association of Unitarian Universalist Administrators (AUUA)
The Association of Unitarian Universalist Administrators is a continental network of people working as paid administrators in local Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations, district offices, or UU affiliated organizations, and who have primary or supervisory responsibility in one or more of the following areas: Finances and/or Fund Raising, Facility Management, Personnel Management, Food Service Management, Office Management, or Computer Systems Management.
The purpose of the AUUA is to provide training and support for members; to be a clearing house for church administrative information; and to improve recognition of church administration as a profession.
- The Liberal Religious Educators Group (LREDA)
LREDA is an anti-racist, anti-oppression, welcoming, professional organization open to liberal religious educators and those supportive of religious education. LREDA promotes the religious growth and learning of people of all ages and advocates for and supports religious educators and the field of liberal religious education.
- The Society for Community Ministries
The Unitarian Universalist Society for Community Ministries (UUSCM) is a Unitarian Universalist movement of lay ministers & ordained clergy committed to promoting a broad spectrum of healing and social justice ministries. We believe that only through many diverse forms of ministry can we heal the broken, create justice, and live in harmony with the spirit of life. We hold a vision of a larger ministry that sees the world as its parish.
- The Unitarian Universalist Musician's Network (UUMN)
The Mission of the Unitarian Universalist Musicians Network is to nurture, educate, and inspire UU music leaders to create dynamic and transformative music ministries. The members of UUMN covenant to support and motivate one another in joyous and loving community.
- Unitarian Universalist Clergy Couples Association
Clergy couples are two partners who are in ministry, one of whom is serving in a Unitarian Universalist ministry.
- Unitarian Universalist Retired Ministers and Partners Association
Retirement offers the gift of more time to pursue longtime interests and new paths for our liberal religious spirits. UURMaPA gathers us at regional conferences and area lunches, where we enjoy catching up and exploring new perspectives. UURMaPA has created a Caring Network of more than forty volunteers, who stay in touch with members to celebrate life’s joys and sorrows.