Ah kids, gather 'round and I'll tell you about the world pre-Web. We had mailing lists, telephone trees, gopher (I transcribed the first Unitarian document for gopher, and later Project Gutenberg: Channing's Baltimore Sermon) and before its current use as a vehicle for file downloads -- Usenet newsgroups.
These were chat rooms, divided by subject and there were at least two for Unitarian Universalists: soc.religion.unitarian-univ (not enough room for Universalist; just barely extant) and bit.listserv.uus-l.
Lately, I've been thinking of the capacity preconditions for a renewal for Christianity among Unitarian Universalists.
I mention the Usenet newsgroups now because I remembered there was quite an interesting little thread on bit.listserv.uus-l about forming a new Unitarian Universalist Christian church -- it never happened -- in North Carolina, that gives a taste of Unitarian Universalist polity, class and race politics of the time.