It does not follow

that "congregational polity" means that trans-congregational organizations, memberships and networks are somehow illegitimate.


Whatever you think, the way that information flows and the kinds of connections that people can make means that Unitarian Universalism, like all movements, parties, denominations, and organizations will exist in an open network of many-to-many connections. UU's from across the county and across the world will form connections around special interests, shared identities and common causes. That toothpaste is already out of the tube.

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