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Membership Growth & Outreach

Ready for change

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Ready for change

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder, Colorado, needed transformation. What a difference five years has made!

Elaine McArdle 9/15/2014 Fall 2014

Into the beyond

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Into the beyond

Changing how we do church is scary, but not changing means decline and a lost opportunity.

Terasa Cooley 6/2/2014 Summer 2014

Harmony, the ‘un-church’

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Harmony, the ‘un-church’

Innovative lay-led congregation has unusually high ratio of children to adults.

Nicole Sweeney Etter 2/3/2014 Winter 2013

Sharon’s breakthrough

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Sharon’s breakthrough

How a small church chose to invest in a more ambitious future.

Donald E. Skinner 4/1/2013 Spring 2013

Disco ball and candlelight

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Disco ball and candlelight

At First Parish in Bedford, worship is ‘holy theater’ and anything but stuffy.

Kimberly French 12/3/2012 Winter 2012

Souls bold enough to experiment

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Souls bold enough to experiment

An attitudinal shift transformed All Souls New London.

Meg Muckenhoupt 9/24/2012 Fall 2012

‘We know why we’re here’

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‘We know why we’re here’

Meet the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ogden, Utah.

Donald E. Skinner 5/28/2012 Summer 2012

UUA membership growth, 2001–2011

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UUA membership growth, 2001–2011

Over the past decade, Unitarian Universalism has grown in 33 states and D.C.

Christopher L. Walton 5/23/2011 Summer 2011

Three in a thousand

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Three in a thousand

A new survey estimates that 0.3 percent of American adults identify as Unitarians. That’s not very many—but it’s a lot more than belong to our churches.

Richard Higgins 6/2/2008 Summer 2008

Flexibility is key at Wisconsin congregation

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Flexibility is key at Wisconsin congregation

Membership at Lake Country UU Church has more than doubled since 2006.

Nicole Sweeney Etter 4/20/2015 Spring 2015

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