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Ministries in Unitarian Universalism

"For Unitarian Universalists, the ministry we each practice with one another results in comfort, stimulation, fun, growth, commitment to the larger good, genuine help, and religious community. Each of us ministers to the others."
—Rev. Jane Rzepka (read more from Jane in The UU Pocket Guide.)

The many ministries of Unitarian Universalism attend to the spiritual and justice needs of those we serve. This ministry is accomplished not just by professional clergy but by people of all ages and stages within our religious movement.

Every congregation and network within our movement has its own special combination of ministries. Some like support groups, grief and loss counseling, and pastoral caregiving don’t have a central online presence—but they are present throughout our congregations. Contact a congregation near you or the Church of the Larger Fellowship to learn more about the ministries they offer. Below are some of the ministries of our diverse and vital faith.

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For more information contact info @ uua.org.

This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations. Please consider making a donation today.

Last updated on Thursday, November 20, 2014.

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