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Unitarian congregations surveyed a guide to the report of the Foy Society"s survey "A census of Unitarian congregations in Britain" by Needham, William MSc.

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Published by General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches in London .
Written in English


  • Foy Society.,
  • Census of Unitarian congregations in Britain.,
  • Unitarians -- Great Britain -- Statistics.,
  • Unitarian churches -- Great Britain -- Statistics.,
  • Great Britain -- Church history -- 20th century.

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Edition Notes

Folded map attached inside back cover.

Other titlesCensus of Unitarian congregations in Britain.
Statementby William Needham.
ContributionsGeneral Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches.
The Physical Object
Pagination63p. :
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15513270M

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Of the congregations surveyed, at the high end was an average gift per family of $7, and at the low end was an average gift of $ For synagogues, base dues vary from $1, to $3, per family, although some members contribute much more than the required dues. A survey of 1, Unitarian Universalists (The Quality of Religious Life in Unitarian Universalist Congregations), provides the most detailed picture of the spiritual ferment among Unitarian Universalists, although it lacks a specific focus on the emerging spirituality of younger and more recent members and an in-depth discussion of how. Welcoming Resources surveyed the pastors of 1, Welcoming congregations listed on our website: Although we list over 3, congregations, these 1, were chosen . James Casebolt surveyed several UU congregations in preparation for a paper he delivered to the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. He wrote, ‘more so than for any other religious tradition, a person can become a Unitarian Universalist because of what he [or she] already believes rather than believing what he [or she] does because.