NACCC yearbooks online

Here’s one way to end the year: to review yearbooks of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches, deposited at the Internet Archives.

Why the NACCC, or “continuing Congregationalists,” here?

  1. Like the Unitarian Universalists, they are part of the New England Way of churches.
  2. Two UUA-member churches (First Parish, Plymouth and Universalist National Memorial Church) are honorary members.
  3. The Council of Christian Churches within the Unitarian Universalist Association has “fraternal relations” with the NACCC. (Years ago, I once delivered greetings on behalf of the Council.)
  4. Some Universalist churches that opted-out of the UUA consolidation found their way to the NACCC.
  5. I can think of at least two ministers in fellowship with the UUA who at one time served a NACCC church. (I’m sure there are more.)


By Scott Wells

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

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