Links of Interest


LINKS TO UU WEBSITES

National UUA  Belief and Principals plus more

 History:
 Keynote speaker Richard Trudeau presents an overview of UU History that is clear and easy to remember, focusing on ideas rather than names or dates.  

UUA Bookstore Relevant books for your reading pleasure

Harvard Square Library a digital library of Unitarian Universalist biographies, history, books, and media

On line UUA magazine  
UU World: the Magazine of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations is published quarterly  for its member congregations, which provide free subscriptions as a benefit to their voting members.  

UU World's mission is to help its readers build their faith and act on it more effectively in their personal lives, their congregations, their communities, and the world. To this end, it strives to be not only informative but also useful, provocative, and even prophetic. 

UU World's current issue and archives can be read on the award-winning online companion site, uuworld.org: liberal religion and life, which is updated with news and original content each week. 

 Unitarian Universalists Camps and Conference Centers.     If you do not know where to vacation, consider some of the possibilities at the UU Camps. 


  UUA Website 

Important dates and programming updates may be found herehttp://www.uua.org/ga.

 

WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE:

Do you ever wonder where you stand
regarding your religious views?
If so,try this little quiz

  Take the Quiz

  


 "We Are Unitarian Universalists" three-minute animated video! Created especially for visitors and seekers,  


 

 

To contact your local political representatives to let them know what you think of legislation that is in the works in Tallahassee and in Washington is one way of living the 5th Principle, the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process.  

It is very easy to find your representatives online.  As we don’t all live in the same district, you can find your US Congress person and your State representatives by going to the following website https://www.flsenate.gov/Senators/Find    
When you type in your address, it tells you who your  state senator is.