Unitarian Universalist Association: The Unitarian Universalist Association devotes its resources to religious, educational and humanitarian purposes. The primary purpose of the Association is to serve the needs of its member congregations, organize new congregations, extend and strengthen Unitarian Universalist institutions and implement its principles. Includes a site for Newcomers.
UU - Northern New England District: For more info on what's going on in the UU N.N.E. District.
Standing on the Side of Love: Standing on the Side of Love is an interfaith public advocacy campaign that seeks to harness love’s power to stop oppression. It is sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Association and all are welcome to join.
UU Ministry for Earth - Respect for the interdependant web of all exsistence of which we are all a part. - Info on becoming a Green Sanctuary.
Women With Wings - Women With Wings seeks the spiritual empowerment of women. It is their goal to create safe, sacred space for exploring women's spirituality through music.
Beacon Press: Unitarian Universalism's voice of good in the world.
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee: A volunteer, nonsectarian organization to advance justice throughout the world.
UUWorld: The magazine of UUA
UU Organizations: See the many organizations that are affiliated with National Association. These include Humanist, Buddist, Christian and other religious subgroups; groups for men, women, youth and young adults; UU housing and Bed and Breakfasts; religious education and many others.
Church of the Larger Fellowship: Your church home from anywhere. A congregation of Unitarian Universalists from all over the world. Members may be isolated by chance or by choice.
Still Water Sangha: A Buddhist meditation group in the tradition of Zen Master, Thich Nhat Hanh, which has been meeting weekly at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Bangor. This may be of interest to those who are searching for more about the Buddhist traditions of meditation and readings.
Youth Ministry: "As Unitarian Universalists, our call to the work of youth ministry rests on our spiritual commitment to build the world we dream about—a world in which our faith communities welcome people of all ages, cultures, and backgrounds to join hands in nourishing our spirits and healing the world."