Individual Membership

At the CUC’s Annual General Meeting in May 2013 in Calgary, the CUC’s new by-laws were approved. As such, in compliance with federal legislation, the category of Individual Members no longer exists. However, we remain committed to connecting individual Unitarians who are not affiliated with a congregation, and are establishing a Steering Committee to explore this. If you would like to be involved, please contact executivedirector@cuc.ca. Anne Treadwell’s monthly e-newsletter for Unaffiliated Unitarians will remain in circulation.

Meanwhile, we encourage you to share in the news, event listings and other links in our monthly e-newsletter, Canadian Unitarian eNews, on-line issues of our print newsletter, The Canadian Unitarian, and on the CUC Facebook page.

The IMaUU Network

You can also join the IMaUU network, for individual UUs isolated from a congregation, and receive a monthly newsletter. To join the list, e-mail the editor. Back issues of the newsletter are below:

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Church of the Larger Fellowship (CLF)

Canadian individuals and families may also join the Church of the Larger Fellowship, a member congregation of the U.S. Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). CLF, based in Boston, operates as a church-by-mail and phone. It has its own Minister and Director of Children’s Religious Education.

Some Canadians join even though they are also members of a Canadian congregation. They receive Quest, CLF’’s monthly pastoral correspondence with sermons and homeschool-type religious education suggestions, and gain access to the CLF lending library and worship resources.

Since CLF is an American church, it uses U.S. materials and references. Members of CLF receive a subscription to the UUWorld magazine and other information from the UUA.