Map of Unitarian Universalist Association-member congregations

Voila! A map of Unitarian Universalist Association-member congregations — click in, if you’re on the main page —

Or click here. (You may need to zoom in a level to see the detail.)

For size, I’ve restricted the map to the continental United States and southern Canada — also, because I’m using a free-of-charge Mapbox account. (This one map takes up 80% of the free allotment.) It didn’t take as long to make this project as I feared, but that’s because I had already prepared the lat-long data. (Accordingly, it’s only as fresh as February.) Indeed, much of the time was just playing with my options.

Note: the purple circles are congregations, with the area of the circle scaled to the size of the congregation. So emerging congregations (having no reported members) and those with membership 12 and under appear as a single point.

Scout around it. I’d love to know

  1. what discoveries you make, and
  2. what features you would like to see in future versions

By Scott Wells

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


  1. Very cool. For the record, The First Unitarian Congregation of Waterloo (in Kitchener, Ontario) has officially been renamed Grand River Unitarian Congregation, and has 161 members (not 133).

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