So, I was talking with a couple of people: what would we do if the Unitarian Universalist Association ceased to exist? Not a death wish, but contingency planning. And a way of identifying what's a must-have and not just a might-want.
Someone mulled, "what does the NACCC do?" That's the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches, made up of churches that did not join the United Church of Christ on polity grounds. I've been long interested in them, as some of the Universalist churches that didn't join the UUA "went NA". Also, First Parish, Plymouth, and Universalist National Memorial Church, both members of the UUA have honorary membership. And the Council of Christian Churches in the UUA has -- I believe -- "fraternal relations." In short, they're close to us. Sorta.
And famous (or infamous) for having a lean administration. The kind that the UUA might back into, or be replaced-by.
So I was just browsing their site and noticed they have a single easy-to-find page with helpful handbooks ready to download.
That just made my day. Something to emulate.
Source: Handbooks (NACCC)