UU Trivia Question of the Day #16

So far we’ve had a lot of questions about the UUA, but not so many about UU churches themselves.  Therefore, Unitarian-Universalist congregations will be the focus of this week’s questions.

In terms of members, what is the largest Unitarian-Universalist congregation?

Extra bonus question: when was this congregation founded?



Filed under Liberal Religious History, Unitarian-Universalism

3 responses to “UU Trivia Question of the Day #16

  1. Cilla Raughley

    The largest congregation surely must be the Church of the Larger Fellowship. I don’t know when it was founded, but would guess it goes back to the mid-1960s. . .?

  2. Partick McLaughlin

    Assuming that Cilla’s not correct–that you meant a congregation that is in a location–then I believe that First Unitarian Society of Madison, WI is the largest.

    Their original bond of union is dated 1879, so I’d hazard that’s the year of their foundation.

  3. Pingback: The Church of the Larger Fellowship is the Largest Congregation in the UUA: The Answer to Today’s Trivia Question « Transient and Permanent

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