So, which UUMA chapters welcome guests?

The discussion at Daniel Harper’s blog about the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association has some frustrating parts, which I’ll file under, “Make a fleshed-out argument about a Unitarian Universalist institution and your motives and character will be attacked.” Hardly the first time I’ve seen this, so here’s a constructive reply.

Some UUMA chapters allow non-UUMA members to participate, but there doesn’t seem to be a definitive list. Here’s an opportunity to share information.

If you have first hand knowledge, please comment and I’ll fill in the chart. (For this post, I’ll allow anonymous comments if you leave a genuine email address.) Also note if there are stipulations for this allowance (must abide by UUMA guidelines, for ministers not in fellowship etc.), if there’s a special fee or all-chapter assessment and if there is a web citation backing up this information.

Thanks —

UUMA Chapters
Ballou Channing Chapter
Central Midwest Chapter
Chesapeake Chapter
Clara Barton Chapter
Florida Chapter
Heartland Chapter
International Member
Mass Bay Chapter
Metro New York Chapter
Mountain Desert Chapter
Northern New England Chapter
Ohio-Meadville Chapter
Pacific Central Chapter
Pacific Northwest Chapter
Pacific Southwest Chapter
Prairie Star Chapter
Priestley Kingsbury Chapter
Southeast Chapter
Southwest Chapter
St. Lawrence Chapter
UU Ministers of Canada

By Scott Wells

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

1 comment

  1. The Indianapolis Cluster, of the Heartland Chapter, allows both non-UUMA members and non-fellowshipped ministers to participate in meetings. To ensure for collegial relationships, all participants must abide by UUMA guidelines concerning professional conduct.

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