Welcome, and thank you for visiting ANZUUA online.
Our website highlights the variety of fellowship, worship and service opportunities available in our UU communities. Please feel free to read more about us on this site, or find your closest member Unitarian community.
Who We Are
Unitarian Universalists , or UU's, have liberal and diverse spiritual values with a common concern for social justice and the welfare of our planet.
ANZUUA is a collective of the UU churches and fellowships from Australia and New Zealand, promoting co-operation, sharing, communication and joint social justice initiatives in the region.
Find a UU Community
There are UU communities in all of the capital cities and a number of smaller regional centres in both Australia and New Zealand. Some have been there since the mid 1800's while others are more recent. All offer a spiritual community united by shared values and a freedom from traditional dogma. If you aren't close to a centre, there are online UU communities to join.
President: Rev. Clay Nelson
clay.nelson @ me.com
UUA Responds to refugee crisis
UUA - The Unitarian Universalist Association in the USA
ICUU - The International Council of Unitarian Universalists
A recent Brisbane fellowship address included thoughts on Mother Earth and how physically getting in touch with the earth, nature, can quieten and heal our minds and can help us to appreciate in awe the majesty of nature and interconnectedness of all life.
In the same way, people who undertake pilgrimages, especially the ones across longer distances, can get a perspective on their lives that has eluded them in the daily rhythm of life and work.
If you didn’t manage to make a UU service this week, you can listen to services from Australia and New Zealand and around the world with the internet and podcasts.
You can also check out YouTube for videos featuring UU discussions.