• Social Justice in MidAmerica Region

    Social Justice in MidAmerica Region

    From the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to the hills of the Ozarks; from issues of the environment, to marriage equality, racism and oppression... the congregations of MidAmerica are doing the work of social justice. Read more...

  • Becoming A Region

    Becoming A Region

    Much has been shared regarding the resolution voted on by delegates from the Central Midwest, Heartland, and Prairie Star districts. To review ... Read More

  • MidAmerica Camps

    MidAmerica Camps

    There are a variety of UU camps in the MidAmerica Region. Meeting UUs from congregations other than yours is fun and a great way to build UU identity.Read more...

  • Regional Assembly 2014

    Regional Assembly 2014

    Make plans now to attend the first Annual Regional Assembly April 11-13, 2014. It will be held in 4 locations: Ann Arbor Michigan, Bloomington Indiana, Topeka Kansas and Wausau Wisconsin. Read more...

Regional FAIR SHARE to remain constant for FY2015.

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The MidAmerica Region of the Unitarian Universalist Association includes nearly 200 UU congregations in parts or all of these states: Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Kentucky, Ohio, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska.

For several years, Central MidWest, Heartland and Prairie Star Districts have been in a process of change. In their District Assemblies in April 2013, the three Districts brought before the member congregations the question of whether to change the governance structure to create a single regional governing body. Each district voted to become the MidAmerica Region. As of July 1, 2013, our administrative and program delivery structure are officially combined into the new MidAmerica Region. The staff of all three Districts are now the MidAmerica staff.

We are seeking to covenant with each other to find new ways of partnering and standing together on the side of love for the flourishing of our world, our communities, our congregations and our members.



Donate Now to Chalice Lighters, Annual Program Fund or Friends of MidAmerica

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