To find individuals or congregations, try the staff search, religious leaders search, board/committee listings, or congregation search.
P&E (Pickett & Eliot Houses)
Eliot and Pickett Houses offer the charm and style of bed & breakfast lodging in the heart of Boston to members of Unitarian Universalist congregations.
Pacific Central District (PCD)
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) district covering northern California, Hawaii, and northern Nevada.
Pacific Northwest District (PNWD)
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) district covering Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Pacific Southwest District (PSWD)
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) district covering Arizona, southern California, and southern Nevada.
Panel on Theological Education
Makes recommendations for the expenditure of funds from the Theological Education Endowment Trust subject to the approval of the Unitarian Universalist Association Board of Trustees.
Partner Church Council, Unitarian Universalist (UUPCC)
For eighteen years the UUPCC has encouraged and supported congregational partnerships between American and Canadian Unitarian Universalists and Unitarians, Universalists, and Unitarian Universalists around the globe.
Members of Unitarian Universalist churches minister to one another and discover new ways of serving and being served.
PCD (Pacific Central District)
Peace Fellowship, Unitarian Universalist (UUPF)
The UUPF envisions a world of justice, peace and freedom.
Peace Ministry Network, Unitarian Universalist
Emphasizes peace and compassion as Unitarian Universalist values.
Pennsylvania Universalist Convention
The Pennsylvania Universalist Convention, established in 1831, continues to this day to support the "historic Universalist Churches" of Pennsylvania as well as the wider Unitarian Universalist Association.
People of Color
This is not a term that refers to a real biological or scientific distinction between people. People of Color in the U.S. share the common experience of being targeted and oppressed by racism. Multiculturalism means nurturing a religious community where people of all races, ethnicities, and cultures see their cultural identities reflected and affirmed in every aspect of congregational life.
Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) of Congregations periodicals include UU World and InterConnections.
Phoenix General Assembly in Arizona: June 20-24, 2012
General Assembly 2012 will be a gathering with multiple ways of engaging in justice work for people of all ages. Joining with the people of Arizona, we will worship, witness, learn and work together. We will leave General Assembly grounded in our faith, energized for justice and with resources to bring this work home to our congregations. See also: Immigration
Pickett & Eliot Houses (P&E)
The O. Eugene Pickett Award is given annually to the congregation that has made an outstanding contribution to the growth of Unitarian Universalism.
Place of Wholeness, A
A Tapestry of Faith program for youth that provides an opportunity to examine their faith journeys to better understand themselves in the context of Unitarian Universalism.
Planned Giving, Congregational
Resources for every element of a successful planned giving program.
Planned Giving, to Unitarian Universalism
Learn how to make a gift to to the Unitarian Universalist Association, your home congregation, or any other Unitarian Universalist organization, for any purpose you specify, through gifts by will, non-cash gifts, or life income gifts.
PNWD (Pacific Northwest District)
Many Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations have found podcasting to be an effective means of sharing audio and video files with members and the general public.
The David Pohl scholarship was established by the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) of Congregations upon Rev. Pohl's retirement as UUA Director of Ministry in 1993. It supports the intellectual, spiritual, and professional development of individuals preparing for Unitarian Universalist ministry.
The Roy H. Pollack Scholarship was created in 1998 to support second or third year students who have strong academic records and are promising candidates for Unitarian Universalist ministry.
Polyamory Awareness, Unitarian Universalists for (UUPA)
Serves the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) and the community of polyamorous people within and outside the UUA by providing support, promoting education, and encouraging spiritual wholeness regarding polyamory.
PR (Public Relations, Congregational)
Resources for congregations dealing with the press or publicizing a variety of programs.
Prairie Star District (PSD)
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) district covering Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, northwestern Missouri, eastern Nebraska, North Dakota, eastern South Dakota, and western Wisconsin.
Prayers (Meditations: Words for Worship)
Meditations, prayers, and blessings for use in Unitarian Universalist worship.
President's Award for Volunteer Service
The President's Annual Award for Volunteer Service to the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is given to the person designated by the President as having given extraordinary and vital service to the UUA as a volunteer.
President, Unitarian Universalist Association
The President of the Unitarian Universalist Association, Peter Morales, is elected by the General Assembly and is responsible for carrying out the ENDS of the Association as articulated by the Board of Trustees.
Principled Commitment: A Program for Unitarian Universalist Couples
A Tapestry of Faith program developed in response to Unitarian Universalist adults’ desire to build strong relationships and our congregations’ desire to meet that need. The eleven workshops of Principled Commitment provide avenues for growing in faith while nourishing committed partnership.
Principles and Sources
There are seven principles which Unitarian Universalist congregations affirm and promote, like the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Unitarian Universalism draws from many sources, such as wisdom from the world's religions. These principles and sources of faith are the backbone of our religious community.
Process Theology Network, Unitarian Universalist
Invites members interested in exploring ideas and sharing resources on the topic of Process Relational Theology/Thought.
Leaders who are in a paid, professional, or staff position. They are not just volunteers. They have certain credentials (whether that’s training or degrees) and have applied for the position.
Professional Organizations/ Ministry Groups
Professional Religious Leaders, Directory of
Search by name or browse by category: credentialed music leaders, credentialed religious educators, or ministers.
Project Harvest Hope
Committed to nurturing the Székeley spirit and traditions of rural life in the Unitarian villages of Transylvania. Through pilgrimage and partnership, shared faith and common purpose, we are forging relationships of love, trust and mutual respect.
Promise the Children
Our mission is to increase public support for the healthy development of our nation’s youngest citizens with regard to policies around public education, nutrition, healthcare, and comprehensive sexuality education.
PSD (Prairie Star District)
Psi Symposium, Unitarian Universalist
PSI, a letter of the Greek alphabet, refers to the paranormal, psychic, trans-sensory, intuitive areas of consciousness. The Unitarian Universalist Psi Symposium encourages the study and practice of Psi as a pathway to personal development and spiritual growth.
PSWD (Pacific Southwest District)
Public Relations, Congregational (PR)
Public Witness, Congregational
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