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Events Around the Cluster - Action: Justice: Witness:

Events Around the Cluster

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We Want To Marry You! Thirteen congregations in North Texas: We've been performing same-gender services of union for decades. The first same-gender wedding in this country was performed by our president at our [...]
Pride Parade 2015 is coming and all North Texas UUs are invited to participate!  We'll have a float and two booths in the park.Please watch this space for details as we get closer to September 20th!   If you [...]
"Around the Cluster"Employment Opportunities:   Part-time Acting Director of Religious Education Wanted in Plano Community UU Church of Plano is seeking a quarter-time acting Director of Religious Education [...]
  Greetings from Horizon UU Church ... and Horizon Players! On August 28 and 29 at 8:00 p.m., the HUUC sanctuary once again becomes a theater as Horizon Players takes the stage for their annual Summer Dessert [...]

Welcome to your gateway to Unitarian Universalism in North Texas and your guide to the thirteen UU member congregations of NTUUC.

Our People:

Our Mission:

NTUUC proclaims and promotes our covenant of liberal religion by empowering its member congregations through education, collaboration and funding.

Our Vision:

By our creative actions, NTUUC inspires a just, loving and sustainable world.

Our Actions:

What Does NTUUC Do?

Our Beliefs:

Our beliefs and guiding principles are grounded in these sources:

Sources of Our Beliefs

Covenant of NTUUC Member Congregations

In support of our Mission, we, members of the North Texas Unitarian Universalist Congregations, affirm that:

  • Member congregations cultivate mutual respect and support for each other and the work each is doing.
  • Member congregations allocate resources to jointly promote and advance UUism in North Texas.
  • Member congregations utilize responsibly the resources made available by NTUUC.
  • Member congregations value and celebrate the differences, ideas, spirit and abilities of each congregation, mindful of differences in size and location as they affect our joint endeavors.

To work together, we will utilize the following guidelines:

  • We choose at least one official lay representative (1 for each 500 members) to attend NTUUC meetings and activities.
  • We promote NTUUC training events and workshops to our members.
  • Individual congregations determine the process by which they select their official NTUUC representatives.
  • We inform other congregations of activities that publicly promote our faith in North Texas.
  • We commit people, time and other resources to accomplish NTUUC goals and encourage collaboration.
  • NTUUC representatives communicate to their member churches’ Boards of Trustees and members the plans and actions of NTUUC.
  • We are transparent in our actions and commitments.
  • We keep the commitments we make to NTUUC.