Liberal churches with liturgy online

Perhaps it’s the nature of Unitarian, Universalist and kindred churches that have established liturgies, but I’ve noticed that the more of a church’s liturgy is online, the more historically aware and traditional in tone it is.

I’m thinking of First Universalist, Providence, and the Chapel in the Garden, Bridport, with tidbits here and there.

But perhaps I’ve got the wrong handle on the matter; have you seen congregational websites of Unitarian, Universalist and kindred churches that have a significant part of their liturgy or usual worship form online?

By Scott Wells

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


  1. we now have our own prayer book @ with four services and i’ve even written a eucharistic prayer…which you’re welcome to…we’ve become part of the UUCF and seem to become a refugee center for liberal Christians and fleeing
    “evangelicals”…..the UCC in our area is not liberal, but moderate protestant ( which disguises itself as liberal in the miami area )…..we’ve also attracted some neat clergy types too…..thanks for mentioning us…..k claus

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