Fellowship of San Diego
c/o Bernie Vainik, 4190 Front Street, San
Diego, CA 92103. Contact at email@example.com
7635 Wilmington Pike, Centerville, OH
45458. Contact Stephen J. Carl at firstname.lastname@example.org
St. James Postal First Parish Unity Chapel
P.O. Box 1767, Oroville,
WA 98844-1767. Contact Mark Rabenold at email@example.com
AUC Open Door
The American Unitarian
Conference program is designed to enable American Unitarian Conference
members and friends to find congregations where they would feel welcome
and find worship to be consistent with their beliefs.
are the congregations within other denominations that have agreed to
provide an Open Door for AUC members and their faith tradition:
Epiphany Church in Owasso,
A Unitarian and Universalist Christian Congregation affiliated with the
UUA. 11330 N. Garnett Road, Owasso, OK 74055. Rev. Ron Robinson
National Memorial Church, Washington D.C.
A Liberal Christian Church associated with the UUA. Located in the
heart of the city at 1810 16th St. on the corner of 16th. and "S"
Streets, NW. Office@Universalist.org
Catherine's Universal Anglican Church
S. 107th Street West Allis, WI 53219 Ph: (414) 430-0888 Rev. Craig
How the Open Door Program Works
congregation’s governing body must formally agree to become an AUC Open
Door Congregation. Open
Door Congregations agree to be open and welcoming to AUC members.
AUC will list the congregation as an Open Door Congregation on its web
site and will place a link to the congregation’s web site on the AUC
web site. The AUC
will refer people who make inquiries about congregations to the
congregation if they live nearby.
The AUC will notify its members that live in
the area that the congregation has become an Open Door Congregation. The AUC will note that the
congregation has become an Open Door Congregation in its quarterly
journal, distributed to all members.
Open Door Congregation status is permanent until either the
congregation or the AUC discontinues the status.
The AUC reserves the right to discontinue the
status in the very unlikely event that the congregation is not in fact
open and welcoming to AUC members or if the congregation takes actions
that are inconsistent with its religious or governing principles.
Congregation Exploratory Committees
The following committees are now forming
AUC congregations or coordinating an exploratory committee.
If you are interested in forming a congregation in your area and will
serve as a contact for others who are interested, let us know and we
will add your name to the list.
Arkansas - Stone
County Area - Contact Penny Burgett at MyFaithAR1@gmail.com
Colorado - Denver Area
- Contact Darrell Waters at firstname.lastname@example.org
Connecticut - New Haven Area - Contact
Ed Stueckle at NewHaven@AmericanUnitarian.org
Florida - Miami/Dade Area - Contact the
Rev. Robert Dorris at Miami@AmericanUnitarian.org
Florida - Clermont Area - Contact the
Rev. Daryl Taylor-Hazel at email@example.com
Illinois - Central - Contact Andrew
Massachusetts - Quincy/South Boston
Area - Contact Alan Cousin at Quincy@AmericanUnitarian.org
Minnesota - Twin
Cities Area - Contact Jay Mastrud at
Mississippi - Gulf Coast - Click on: http://home.earthlink.net/~fcharlesknipp/
for more information or contact Rev. F. Charles Knipp at firstname.lastname@example.org
New York - Eastern New York Area
(Albany, Rensselaer, Schenectady) - Contact Charles Semowich at EasternNY@AmericanUnitarian.org
New York - New York City Area - Contact
Robert Degnen at NewYorkCity@AmericanUnitarian.org
Ohio - Findlay area - Contact Jan
Oklahoma - Tulsa Area - Contact George
Hillman at Tulsa@AmericanUnitarian.org
East Tennessee - Knoxville/Oak
Ridge/Tellico Village Area - Contact the area coordinator at EastTenn@AmericanUnitarian.org
- Northern VA/Washington DC area - Contact Jason Ford at NorthernVirginia@AmericanUnitarian.org
- Montreal Area - Contact Robin Edgar at Montreal@AmericanUnitarian.org