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Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship
Abbreviation UUCF
Formation 1945
Type religious organization
Purpose/focus To serve Unitarian Universalist Christians.
Headquarters Turley, Oklahoma, United States
Location United States
President Kathleen Rolenz
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The Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship (UUCF) is the main group serving Christian Unitarian Universalists within the Unitarian Universalist Association. The UUCF was founded in 1945 and can trace its roots back through the rich history of North American Universalism and Unitarianism. As its bylaws put it:

"We serve Christian Unitarians and Universalists according to their expressed religious needs; uphold and promote the Christian witness within the Unitarian Universalist Association; and uphold and promote the historic Unitarian and Universalist witness and conscience within the church universal.”

They do this work by providing the Good News periodical six times a year full of essays and meditations and reviews and liturgies and interpretations of biblical passages, and they also publish the annual theological publication, UU Christian Journal. In addition to these publications they have a “Revival” every other year which is an opportunity for its members to gather together in community. Many of UUCF members meet regularly in local UUCF-affiliated Christian spirituality covenant groups at their local Unitarian Universalist congregations and have discussions via e-mail.

The main office of UUCF is located in Turley, Oklahoma, United States. The head of the organization is President Kathleen Rolenz.

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