UUA congregational certifications have been flying in.
When 494 congregations reported, with a total number of adult members equalling 81,298, there was a net increase of 833 persons. In other words, the one-percent-and-change figure is holding.
What what about New Hampshire, where so much attention is focused today?
Of the fourteen congregations that have so far reported, New Hampshire has a net loss of ninety-eight members, down (for those fourteen) to a collective membership of 2,268.
Some did grow, and the Kearsarge Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of New London, grew the most: 6.25%, to 34 members.