The Unitarian Christian Association is an affiliated society of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches, a.k.a. the British Unitarians. I’ve wanted to join for some time; I like their publications — I almost wrote publicans — and tone. But without access to a pounds sterling account, it has been impractical to try. (Might cost more to send the money than the Â£20 dues.)
But now they have a PayPal account. And so I’ve signed up. Since I have a PayPal account it took only a couple of minutes.
Welcome aboard, Scott.
I have been a member of the UCA for years and they’ve remained a constant as I’ve developed my ‘spiritual life’. As I’m sure you are aware, they offer a thoughtful, inclusive Christian path – a reflection on the whole membership, I think.
In recent years they also seem to have become gradually more active and innovative in terms of events (if you plan to visit the UK anytime soon).
I just joined, too!! They’re lovely people in person. Their editor, Jim Corrigal, is a tireless evangelist and wonderful new friend.