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October, 26th

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About Unitarian Universalist Churches

Local Unitarian Universalist Churches are easy to find. In the Yellow Pages, they are generally listed as Local Unitarian Universalist Churches. In the white business pages, this may be shortened to Unitarian church. Online, the term Local Unitarian Universalist Churches may produce results. However, you may want to try an online search with the word Unitarian and the name of your town. If this doesn't produce Local Unitarian Universalist Churches, you may have to broaden your search to a wider geographical area. You may also find a website for an individual church. According to official sources, there are more than 1020 Local Unitarian Universalist Churches. Each one has its own congregation, governing body and faith leader. Local Unitarian Universalist Churches are united together under the umbrella of the UUA. The UUA is the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations. Unlike Methodist or Episcopal Denominations, Local Unitarian Universalist Churches are affiliated through the UUA but they are not governed by it. This means that Local Unitarian Universalist Churches choose their own ministers and make decisions as congregations about their operations. This means that while Local Unitarian Universalist Churches share the Unitarian name, they may differ in how they worship and even what is acceptable practice. Despite their loose affiliation however, Local Unitarian Universalist Churches all adhere to a liberal interpretation of Christianity. In Local Unitarian Universalist Churches, the emphasis is on Christianity with a willingness to listen to the wisdom of other faiths. This broad interpretation of Biblical teachings is very different than current Conservative Christian denominations such as Baptist, PCA and other evangelical churches. If open discussion is okay with you, then you are likely to feel at home in Local Unitarian Universalist Churches.

More on Unitarian Universalist Churches

Local Unitarian Universalist Churches are often on wooded lots. This relates to the emphasis they place on the natural world. Likewise, many Local Unitarian Universalist Churches have prayer gardens and other meditation areas. These are generally open to the public for quiet time and reflection. If you have trouble locating Local Unitarian Universalist Churches in your area, you may want to broaden your search. Local Unitarian Universalist Churches are not as common as many other mainstream denominations. The larger the town, the more likely it is that there will be Local Unitarian Universalist Churches. Local Unitarian Universalist Churches often offer special discussion groups that nonmembers attend. They often offer their facilities for speakers from many different faiths or from the environmental or peace movements. Their facilities are often available for weddings as well. As always, visiting a church is the best way to know if it is right for you. Generally it takes many visits to feel at home, but it is worth it to find a faith family. In Local Unitarian Universalist Churches, you will find an open and interested set of people who are accustomed to discussion and to deep thinking. It is the basic underlying tenet of all Local Unitarian Universalist Churches to invite everyone to think more deeply about their faith and the way it applies to the world.

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