Are there any Unitarian Universalists using IRC (Internet Relay Chat) for meetings or anything church-related?

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By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.


  1. Not IRC specifically, but online chat rooms, yes.

    The Young Adult and Campus Ministry Professionals Seminars put on by the UUA YA/CM Office have used online chat for some of its meetings, and I’m setting up an online chat system for the Heartland YA/CM groups to have meeetings in.

    The backend of the one I’m creating IS IRC based actually. Many people are not comfortable with that kind of environment however, so I’m using a Java client as the front end, and still allowing IRC client access (since I use BitchX )


  2. Hey, I’m trying to set something up for my own youth group…

    we all login to aim and i’m sick of having 1on1 convo’s with people

    i want to set up some kinda chat room 4 us all to just chill…..

    (and i’m the webmaster on the jpd-ysc)

    who should probobly not be typing as though he just got home from a long day at school…..

    but i shall

    l8r do respond to flameinthecupTHISSENTENCEISTOPREVENTSPAMREMOVEIT(at)gmail(dot)com

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