I was casting around on the website of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches. My home church was once an honorary member of it, and the Jersey Universalist Church in the header image was once a full member. I was looking for inspiration and resources; I'll roll out what I find as I analyze them.
One of the things I found was this statement of ministerial ethics ("Personal Code of Professional Practice") subscription to which is required for ministers using the NACCC for settlement (placement) services. I thought, "this looks familiar."
Then, at the bottom
NACCC Division for Ministry, 2009, originally adapted from the Code of Professional Practice of the Unitarian-Universalist Ministers’ Association, 1985 version
Of course, a lot has changed for the UUMA since then, but it's interesting to see the influences. I would be fun to see what that UUMA 1985 version was, and how it developed since. Fun might not be the right word. No other thought or subtext to add.