Unitarian Universalist church planters: not Christian but well-defined

I’m curious, are there Unitarian Universalists out there who are (1) not Christian, (2) come from a well-defined theological cohort, like the Humanists or Pagans and (3) advocate and plan for new congregation development?

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Author: Scott Wells

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

2 thoughts on “Unitarian Universalist church planters: not Christian but well-defined”

  1. There was a pagan congregational start outside Chicago a few years ago, they made it into the UUA, but last I heard they were losing membership fast.

  2. If you mean Pangea, in Hoffman Estates, it was started no later than the early 90s — I remember there being a stink about it in Christian circles, but I figured their joining the UUA cut both ways and was a good sign for Christians — but it was down to four members when it disaffiliated from the UUA a couple of years ago.

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