is a creed-free liberal religious movement.
Everyone who takes
part in a UU activity or group
remains free to believe
whatever seems right to him or her.
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Thousands of on-line sermons from all over North America.
An emerging on-line community focused around cyber-sermons.
Ways in which small UU congregations help one another.
Short discourses for individuals, small congregations, & study
Diverse spiritual paths within Unitarian Universalism
described in answer to 10 basic questions.
Resources and examples for UU campus groups.
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The beginnings of new electronic ways of reaching out to new people.
Some books presenting
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Short items---none more than three pages long---
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Why I Am A
DO NOT EXIST?
No Gods Created
No Gods Can Save
Us from Death
No Gods Are
No Gods Are
Watching Our Behavior
No Gods Wrote
the Unitarian Universalist Movement
12. Links to other
Young Adult Network
will give you leads
to a UU young
group near you.
This link will
you hours of useful information
about the creed-free
movement known as
may find a congregation near you.
There are about 1,000
in the United States
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