The UUA represents the interests of more than one thousand Unitarian Universalist congregations, on a continental scale. The UUA grew out of the consolidation, in 1961, of two religious denominations: the Universalists, organized in 1793, and the Unitarians, organized in 1825.
A division of the Unitarian Universalist Association, representing the Association in the Upper Midwest of the United States.
A UU congregation by mail and cyberspace providing helpful online resources.
The Metro UU Social Justice Alliance is a multi-congregational organization of UUs in the Twin Cities of Minnesota, working together for social change.
Facilitates and supports the work of Unitarian Universalists by affirming and promoting the Seventh Principle of the UUA, “Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.”
The magazine of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
IOCP is a non-profit, community-based human service organization that helps people in times of crisis and provides support for people working toward long-term self-sufficiency. They represent the cities of Hamel, Long Lake, Medicine Lake, Medina, Minnetonka Beach, Orono, Plymouth and Wayzata, Minnesota.
Promoting the active care of creation as integral to spiritual life and social justice in Minnesota communities of faith.
“What's your religion?” It used to be such a simple question to answer. But now you might be “spiritual but not religious”--or raised in one faith but practicing another. Maybe you're a Methodist but think of yourself more as an evangelical, or a seeker who is anti-religion--or born again. The old categories don't seem to work because the religious landscape has changed so much.
The quiz is meant to help you learn about your self, see how you compare with others, and have a little fun. Please allow about 10 minutes for completion. Afterward, you might want to visit our message boards to meet others with similar scores.
The UUCM Environmental Task Force (part of the Social Justice Ministry) has created a list of web resources that will help us be more environmentally aware. Our hope is that this page can inspire our congregation and our members to continually embrace more environmentally friendly practices.