The International Council of Unitarians and Universalists (ICUU) is a network of member groups around the world who mostly are known as Unitarian or Unitarian Universalists. ICUU brings together leaders to learn, share resources, develop leaders and leadership, inspire and support each other in building spiritual community. ICUU programs connect people across the globe, creating coalitions to support growing communities and lend a hand in times of need. We nurture fledgling Unitarian/Universalist groups, encouraging the development of liberal religion.
I am happy to share, with our ICUU community, that the three candidates for UUA President have responded to five questions about international U/U engagement posed by the UU International Joint Working Group (ICUU, UU Partner Church Council, and UUA International Office). CLICK HERE to read their responses along with the joint statement on international engagement they signed last fall. I encourage you to take a look.
READ HERE Now presenting Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed’s book exploring for the first time, the origins and history of the International Council of Unitarians and Universalists. In his dynamic and thoughtful writing, Morrison-Reed tells the story of how ICUU began, who the key players were and the central issues the newly formed organization tried to address. He openly talks about the struggles and tensions, the successes and the beauty of collaborative international faith work.