Northeast Cluster

Northeast Cluster, Southern Region, Unitarian Universalist Association

What is the Northeast Cluster?


The Northeast Cluster comprises Unitarian Universalist congregations in the Northeast region of Florida and is a recognized entity within the Southern Region. Its role is to encourage information sharing and teamwork between member congregations so that they can better serve their congregations and the wider UU mission. As stated by the UUA (Unitarian Universalist Association):

Our congregations are self-governing. Authority and responsibility are vested in the membership of the congregation. Each Unitarian Universalist congregation is involved in many kinds of programs. (Excerpted from “We Are Unitarian Universalists”, pamphlet #3047 © Unitarian Universalist Association, 1995)

Congregational representatives to the NE Cluster meet periodically to discuss programs, social actions, fundraising strategies, speaker exchanges, advertising and marketing. Areas of common concern, such as growth and congregational dynamics, are also addressed. Cluster workshops, special events and picnics provide additional opportunities for members to interact with one another


Northeast Cluster Newsletter:   Northeast Breeze, August 2014: Vol 7, No. 2


3 thoughts on “What is the Northeast Cluster?

  1. sorry, but I did not find where or how one could attend meetings of the cluster…or is that not possible?


  2. Hi, John The NE Cluster has twice yearly meetings/events at which members of NE Cluster congregations gather. The next is an event in Orange City, Oct 18-19. See the Current Newsletter (linked above) for further details –Jack


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