Unitarian Universalist Buddhist Fellowship

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Unitarian Universalist Buddhist Fellowship
Abbreviation UUBF
Formation early 1990s
Type religious organization
Purpose To continue and foster an understanding and cooperation between Unitarian Universalist and various Buddhist philosophies.
  • United States
Website http://www.uua.org/uubf/

The Unitarian Universalist Buddhist Fellowship (UUBF) is a "Related Organization" (formerly an "Independent Affiliate") to the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Formed in the early 1990s, the UUBF exists to facilitate dialogue among UU Buddhists and other UUs interested in Buddhism and its practices. It is open to all Unitarian Universalists who are Buddhists of any tradition or who are interested in learning more about Buddhism. The UUBF publishes a newsletter, the UU Sangha,and posts back issues in an archive on its website. The website also has a list of UU Buddhist and meditation groups and contact information. Instructions for joining the UUBF Listserv are there also. Each year there is a UUBF booth in the exhibit hall at UUA General Assembly. Every other year, in odd years, the UUBF holds a Convocation. A Facebook page was added recently with photos from the 2011 Convocation at Garrison, NY.

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