Special Events, Projects, Resources


Chalice Pals

Chalice Pals is a popular program that gives people of different ages an opportunity and structure to get to know one another. Participants sign up to be matched based on interests (e.g, art, computer programming, basketball), and pals write anonymously to one another for several weeks. Finally, there is a party where the pals get to find out with whom they’ve been corresponding and work on a project together. Check back for information on next year’s program.


There are books and comfortable seating in room 4 (next to the nursery) and in the lobby area outside of room 6 (i.e., “Bletzer”) for all to enjoy!


We are committed to making NSUC a safe place for children, youth, and adults. Our congregational safety policy was last revised in January 2017. You can view it here. We are actively working on expanding it to cover additional health and safety situations.


These resources are to support members and visitors in learning more about Unitarian Univeralism and our six sources, including world religions.

A Taste of Judaism

Blue Boat: UU youth and young adult blog

Call and Response: the UUA Faith Development blog

Chicago Theological Seminary (United Church of Christ seminary with great courses and events)

UU History Videos: includes links to many UU history videos

Islam Through Its Scriptures: a free EdX class offered online by Harvard

Meadville Lombard Theological School (UU seminary)

The Pamphlet Podcast: a podcast uncovering Unitarian Universalism’s hidden histories

Religious Literacy: a free EdX class offered online by Harvard

Starr King – School for the Ministry (UU seminary)

UUA’s Religious Education webpage

World Religions Through Their Scriptures: a free EdX class offered online by Harvard


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