Canadian Unitarian Council (CUC) - the national association of Unitarian
Universalist congregations in Canada, founded in 1961.
Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) - an association Unitarian Universalist
congregations primarily in the United States but also including member
congregations in Canada, Australia, France, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand and The
Philippines. The UUA was established in 1961 as a consolidation of the American
Unitarian Association (founded 1825) and the Universalist Church of America
General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches - the national
association of Unitarian congregations in the United Kingdom, established in
1928 as the successor to the British and Foreign Unitarian Association (founded
Unitarian Universalist Partner Church Council - The UUPCC exists to to foster and
support partner church relationships between North American congregations and
congregations in all other countries where partnering is sought and welcomed.
This includes countries where partners are already active, such as Romania,
Hungary, and the Czech Republic, as well as other countries where new
partnerships are now beginning, such as the Philippines, India, and Poland.
International Council of Unitarians and Universalists (ICUU) - a network of
Unitarian and Universalist organizations from nineteen countries.
International Association of Religious Freedom (IARF) - the world's oldest
continuing interfaith organization, founded in 1901 as the International Council of
Unitarian Universalist Denominational Links
First Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg - 603 Wellington Crescent,
Winnipeg, Manitoba R4M 0A7; telephone: (204) 474-1261. Rev. Wendy Jerome,
Interim Minister. This is the "mother church" of Unitarianism in Western Canada,
founded as the First Icelandic Unitarian Society of Winnipeg in 1891 and
incorporating The Winnipeg Tabernacle (founded 1894) and All Souls Church
Fargo-Moorhead Unitarian Universalist Church - 121 South 9th Street, Fargo,
North Dakota 58103; telephone: (701) 235-0394.
Headwaters Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - 216 3rd Street (P.O. Box 1906),
Bemidji, Minnesota 56619.
The Church of the Larger Fellowship - a worldwide congregation, founded to serve
the needs of isolated Unitarian Universalists but increasingly also serving those
who hunger for "something more" than what their local congregation provides.
HUUmanists - the continental association for Humanists within the Unitarian
Universalist Association, formerly known as Friends of Religious Humanism (FRH).
HUUmanists publishes a scholarly journal, Religious Humanism, and a newsletter,
HUUmanist News. Our minister, Rev. Stefan Jonasson, was president of
FRH/HUUmanists from 2000 until 2003.
Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship - the continental association for
Christians within the Unitarian Universalist Association. UUCF publishes a
scholarly journal, Unitarian Universalist Christian, and a regular newsletter, Good
Unitarian Universalist Historical Society - an association dedicated to supporting
research and scholarship in various fields of historical interest and to providing
programs and publications for the benefit of students, scholars, and others
committed to promoting and preserving our Unitarian Universalist heritage.
Unitarian Universalist Women's Heritage Society - an association dedicated to to
reclaiming, communicating, and celebrating the lives and accomplishments of
Universalist and Unitarian women, and to engage local congregations in the
recovery of women's history, so that we may draw courage and inspiration from
our heritage, and so that our foremothers may take their rightful place in the
ongoing story of Unitarian Universalism.
Unitarian Service Committee of Canada (USC Canada) - founded in 1945 by Dr.
Lotta Hitschmanova, the core goal of USC has been to aid those most in need.
Dr. Lotta founded the organization in a desire to help the starving, displaced
children of Europe whose lives had been devastated by World War II. What began
as a relief agency offering emergency assistance of various types, including
clothing and food drives, has now grown into a development agency that attacks
poverty at its roots and works to strengthen social justice.
Interlake Unitarians is cross-linked with the following web link sites:
Icelandic Unitarians - From its beginnings in 1886 until its gradual decline
following World War II, nearly thirty Icelandic Unitarian congregations were
organized in Western Canada, the Upper Midwest and Washington state. At its
peak in the 1930s, there were eighteen active churches and preaching stations.
Icelandica - A personal treasury of things Icelandic, including history, culture,
people and photographs, maintained by our minister, Rev. Stefan M. Jonasson.
Iceland on the Web - This collection of links to Icelandic web sites connects you
to travel services, media, government agencies, cultural institutions, universities,
businesses, organizations and personal homepages of Icelanders in English.
Samkoma - Samkoma is the Icelandic meeting place in cyberspace, containing
more than 1450 links to Icelandic-related web sites. It is truly a magnificent
resource for those who love Iceland and all things Icelandic.