Southern Region UUA

Unitarian Universalist Association

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UU Women and Religion is a good place to find UU women's curricula, books and music, along with resources for UU women's groups.

 More UU women's groups and gatherings are listed on the UUWR website.

UU Women's Federation advocates for justice for women and girls, and has resources for honoring women in our congregations.


Cakes for the Queen of Heaven is the ground-breaking feminist thealogy curriculum that jump-started many UU women's groups. First published in the 1980s, it was revised and updated in 2008 and is still available.

Lots of materials gathered for the 2010 Margaret Fuller Bicentennial.

Rise Up and Call Her Name is the curriculum with wide-ranging cultural sources of Goddess spirituality.



Main resources from the UUA:


SWUUW 2019-20 Brochure

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A non-profit organization that supports women through worship, learning, leadership, community and social justice, SWUUW addresses women's issues, explores feminist theology, promotes friendships and celebrates the diversities that make us unique women on our individual spiritual paths. SWUUW is an organization open to all UU women, particularly those women in the Southwest District of the Southern Region of the UUA.


SWUUW aligns itself with the spirit of Welcoming Congregations as depicted by the UUA. All who identify as women are welcome.  Our definition of "women" is expansive and includes anyone who feels that they belong in this space, including those who identify as nonbinary.


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