UUA Publications

UU World Magazine

The UUA publishes the quarterly UU World magazine on behalf of its member congregations, which provide free subscriptions as a benefit to their voting members. (Others may also purchase a subscription.) UU World’s mission is to help its readers build their faith and act on it more effectively in their personal lives, their congregations, their communities, and the world. To this end, it strives to be not only informative but also useful, provocative, and even prophetic.


InterConnections is a newsletter for congregational leaders.  InterConnections aims to always be useful to lay leaders of Unitarian Universalist congregations and the professional staff who work with them, providing information and resources that help make congregations vital. The newsletter is mailed free to congregational board members and some key volunteers four times a year. Email subscriptions are available free to all, as are the archived InterConnections resources available on the InterConnections website.

New England Region Website

The UUA's New England Region serves member congregations by providing the latest need-to-know information, resources, staff, and reflections that help our members, staff and lay leaders to "do" church well.  See the website here.

Skinner House Books

Skinner House Books is an imprint of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, publishing books to aid individuals and congregations in their search for truth and meaning.

Beacon Press

Beacon Press is an independent publisher of serious non-fiction and fiction. Our books often change the way readers think about fundamental issues; they promote such values as freedom of speech and thought; diversity, religious pluralism, and anti-racism; and respect for diversity in all areas of life.  Beacon Press is owned by the UUA.

UUA Bookstore

UUA Bookstore is part of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations.  The UUA Bookstore is located in Boston, on the first floor of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations at 25 Beacon Street, Boston, often called “headquarters.”  The UUA Bookstore also offers online shopping.