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The Unitarian Church of Underwood publishes a monthly newsletter. To keep costs down, we prefer to send the newsletter out via email.
We will mail a copy to you if you do not have email. If you would like to receive our newsletter please contact us at

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Annual Meeting 2024

Annual Meeting Agenda
This agenda includes links to all necessary documents, including the church budget for 2024-25.

Annual Meeting 2023

Meeting documents:

Annual Meeting April 2022

Annual Meeting Documents:

Annual Meeting April 2021

All Annual Meeting Documents:

Annual Meeting June 2020

You can find reports here:

Annual Meeting April 2019

Annual Reports -

Financial Report

Annual Meeting April 2018

Annual Reports -

Strategic Plan 2018-23 -

2018 Balance Sheet -

2018 Profit & Loss -

2018-19 Budget -

2018-19 Empowerment Grants & Sverdrup Suites Budget -

Annual Meeting April 2017

Annual Reports -

Strategic Goals & Objectives -

Budget 2017 - 2018 -

Year End Balance Sheet 2017 -

Annual Meeting Reports

Reports of the 2016 Annual Meeting -

Reports of the 2015 Annual Meeting -

Reports of the 2014 Annual Meeting -

Reports of the 2013 Annual Meeting -

"Our faith is not interested in saving your soul - we're here to help you unfold the awesome soul you already have." - Andrea Lerner - UUA Religious Educator

"It is in the round of common everyday life that to many of us religion must have meaning, if it is to have any meaning at all. Not in formal observances, not in creeds or doctrines...but in the lives we live, in the home, in the community, and in the world, is the religious way to be found. A religious person is one who fulfills one's highest function as a human being in one's relations with other persons." - Clinton Lee Scott - Universalist Minister

Life must have its sacred moments and its holy places. We need the infinite, the limitless, the uttermost - all that can give the heart a deep and strengthening peace." A Powell Davies, Why I Come to Church.

"Perhaps we should realize that our need is not to 'find something to believe' - but rather to discover that our lives indicate what we believe right now. This is the place to start." - Edith Hunter - Religious Educator

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Underwood, MN