The Cork Unitarian Church Web Site
The Unitarian Church, Princes Street, Cork, is one of the two Unitarian congregations in the Republic of Ireland. Its congregation traces its origins to 1669 and meets every Sunday morning at 11am at its magnificent 18th century meeting house.
The on-line version of the popular monthly magazine for Cork and Dublin Unitarian Churches.
The Lantern Centre
An inter-cultural centre on Synge Street in Dublin which hosts or helps us host various church-related events and courses. It also has a very interesting cultural and educational programme of its own.
The Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland
The history of Presbyterianism in Ireland can be traced back to 1613. The first Non-Subscribing Presbytery was formed in 1725 and our most notable historical leader, Dr. Henry Montgomery, took a leading part in the controversy in the 1820’s that led to the formation of the Non-Subscribing Remonstrant Synod of Ulster. Our Church refuses to impose compulsory subscription to any man-made creeds in respect of a person’s Christian faith. Our ethos is ‘faith guided by reason and conscience’ and we advocate liberal and tolerant Christianity.
Official website of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches of Britain and Ireland
Unitarian Music Society
A small group of Unitarian church musicians affiliated to the General Assembly in the UK. They meet twice a year, normally at the Nightingale Centre in Great Hucklow in Derbyshire.
The Unitarian Universalist Association
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) represents the interests of more than one thousand Unitarian Universalist congregations, on a continental scale. The UUA grew out of the consolidation, in 1961, of two religious denominations :the Universalists, organized in 1793, and the Unitarians, organized in 1825
A Unitarian Universalist resource for worship in UU churches.
UU World magazine
The Magazine of the Unitarian Universalist Association
Unitarian Universalist Musicians Network
A group of church musicians, composers, music leaders and other interested parties in the United States of America.
A page put together by Hungarian Unitarians with links to every imaginable Unitarian resource, including fellowships in many European countries.
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A useful website for looking up biblical passages. You can search for passages in different versions of the bible including the King James, New International Version, Revised Standard Version and others