So, Unitarian minister and blogger Stephen Lingwood (Reignite) considers the Unitarian and Free Christian General Assembly Executive Committee growth plan for the religion in Great Britain. It comes with an audacious goal: 20% growth in five years. Of course, because of British Unitarianism'sÂ diminishedÂ state, that's a scant thousand people. And that makes it all the more audacious and encouraging. And for that matter, realistic. Even though American Unitarian Universalism is much larger (comparatively), there's no such goal on the table, and that makes me keen to encourage my compatriot co-religionists to help the British Unitarians in any appropriate way.
But what are the appropriate ways, if any? PerhapsÂ technicalÂ help, since it's hard to generate enough support and contracting it out can be very expensive. Or fundraising? I'd like to hear from you.