We know you can’t always make it to church on Sunday morning. You can, however, use the vast variety of resources available to you to bring church home to you. We’ll keep this list updated as much as possible.
Information on upcoming local conferences, programs, trainings and learning experiences can be found at the regional UUA website.
The Church of the Larger Fellowship has weekly online worship for those of you who cannot come to church on Sunday.
And the CLF has Religious Education Resources for the home.
Read the UU World (our Unitarian Universalist online magazine).
My favorite blog on parenting faithfully written by Glennon Melton, Momastery.
Religious Tolerance.org is a wealth of information and non-sectarian.
Patheos.com is a fantastic website “hosting the conversation on faith”…links to a bajillion blogs and resources from most world religions/theological/atheist perspectives.
Fantastic Christian resource for lifelong faith development at home (can be “translated” and borrowed from by non-Christian UUs).
Amazing research on conservative vs. liberal religious ideology from a diverse team of theologians, psychologists, sociologists, and other scholars on The Spectrums Project.
Oremus Bible browser is the best way to look up biblical passages from the New Revised Standard Version of the Hebrew and Christian Bibles.
An exhaustive resource on atheism including atheist websites, book reviews, etc. put out by Dr. Wesley Wildman and the Boston University School of Theology.
The UUpdates aggregator provides news from the UU blogosphere and Twitter feeds.
A Family Under One Sky: Mutigenerational Ministry from UU University 2009, a 4-part workshop:
Part 1: The Creation of Paradise (video)
Part 2: Barriers and Brokenness (video)
Part 3: Paths to Healing (video)
Part 4: “Somebody’s Calling My Name” (video)