On this page you will find links to various Unitarian and Unitarian Universalist sites that offer educational material on historical figures as well as curricula for child, youth and adult programs.
Please note that most of our member and many emerging groups have websites of their own. You can find those links through our Where We Are pages.
We always welcome suggestions for new links or updates of existing links on this page. Contact us email@example.com
UU Without Borders
is the occasional blog of the ICUU posting stories from Unitarian events and activities around the globe. As well there are reflections on international news stories from a UU perspective.
is a comprehensive guide to Unitarian and UU related blogs primarily, but not exclusively from North America. There are lots of great links here to ideas, business matters, worship resources, sermons and musings of ministers.
This is the Unitarian Universalist Association's on-line resource. There are curricula available for a variety of age groups. They are free to download.
Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist History
This excellent on-line dictionary includes important figures from around the world complete with photos when possible. It is an excellent addition to the ICUU's "The Garden of Unitarian Universalism" curriculum.
Michael Servetus Institute
Michael Servetus was a 16th century scholar, theologian and physician who wrote openly about his anti-Trinitarian views. While not formally a Unitarian, he is considered a philosophical founder and a martyr for the cause of religious freedom. This site is dedicated to research about his life, his research and writings.
A Canadian site devoted to promoting religious tolerance in Canada through an exploration of various faith groups.
UUA History Pages
A link to the Unitarian Universalist Association Website with further links to documents and videos.
International Social Service & Justice Organizations
International Unitarian and Unitarian Universalist Organizations
Transylvanian Unitarian Catechism (English)
Harvard Divinity School (USA)