These page shows links to sites that we think are cool, but that aren’t officially related to our congregation. If you’re interested in seeing the official sites from our denomination and our fellow congregations, please see Unitarian Organizations.
- Illuminations, a Unitarian Universalist app, available on iOS and Android, features a virtual chalice and inspirational words.
Videos from YouTube:
- Unitarianism Explained: Rev. David Usher, Unitarian London (UK) District Minister, explains that Unitarians believe in “Deeds, Not Creeds”.
- Unitarian Universalism in 30 seconds: “I’m an atheist… a Buddhist… a Daoist… a Humanist… an Agnostic… But we all worship at the same church.”
- Voices of a Liberal Faith: Different paths to Unitarian-Universalism e.g., “We came for our children; and we stayed for ourselves.”
- You’re a Uni-What?: A multimedia presentation hosted by Peter Bowden and Amy Freedman, including testimonies by many UUs.
- Why I Am UU: Part 1 and Part 2: Ten people begin to tell their stories.
- An Open Source Faith: Unitarian Universalism provides us with principles that we can use to customize our lives. Tim Berners-Lee lives his UU principles by gifting his invention of the World Wide Web to the world.
- People of Faith, Standing on the Side of Love: A Gospel music slide showing UU tributes to Equal Marriage in the USA
Other Cool Sites:
- Spiritual Belief System Quiz (Belief-o-matic): Find out how closely what you believe matches what many religions believe. (There are lots of ads, but it’s worth the effort.)
- The “It Gets Better” Project: Watch videos of people speaking up against hatred and intolerance.
- Dying With Dignity Canada: An organization that is actively supported by many Unitarians.
- The Charter for Compassion: Insipred by a TED Talk with religious scholar Karen Armstrong, the charter has been signed by many major religious groups and individuals. Have you signed it yet? (This was read as part of the service on 31 July 2011.)
- Ron Kraybill’s Inventory of Adult Conflict Styles (This was discussed in Carly Gaylor’s sermon on 24 July 2011.)
- Wordsmith.org: Many of the quotes in our Worth Thinking About section were taken from the A.Word.A.Day emails.
- UU Podcasts: UUWiki podcast sites and feeds
- UU Quizzes: What do you know about Unitarian-Universalism?
- UU FAQs: Frequently asked questions about Unitarian-Universalism
- UU TV: Dedicated to making Unitarian-Universalism easier to explore by sharing UU video with the world.