The Christian Universalist Association (CUA) is an association of individuals, churches (congregations) and ministries who advocate Christian universalism as the central theme of the Christian Gospel. It was founded in 2007 by Kalen Fristad (a member of the United Methodist Church) and Eric Stetson, originally incorporated in Virginia. The association reorganized in Colorado in 2018, and its mission became one of providing many of the services, resources, and events of a small denomination: endorsement for chaplains, education of and ordination as clergy for both chaplains and congregational ministers, and search assistance to congregations for hiring clergy. The original name Universalist Churches Association was changed to avoid confusion with the Universalist Church of America, which me

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  • The Christian Universalist Association (CUA) is an association of individuals, churches (congregations) and ministries who advocate Christian universalism as the central theme of the Christian Gospel. It was founded in 2007 by Kalen Fristad (a member of the United Methodist Church) and Eric Stetson, originally incorporated in Virginia. The association reorganized in Colorado in 2018, and its mission became one of providing many of the services, resources, and events of a small denomination: endorsement for chaplains, education of and ordination as clergy for both chaplains and congregational ministers, and search assistance to congregations for hiring clergy. The original name Universalist Churches Association was changed to avoid confusion with the Universalist Church of America, which merged into the Unitarian Universalist Association in 1961. The Universalist National Memorial Church in Washington, DC founded the hosting meeting of the Christian Universalist Association. (en)
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  • Local Congregations, other ministries, and individuals. (en)
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  • To serve member churches, ministries, and individuals who believe inChristian universalism
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  • Lance Haverkamp (en)
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  • Christian Universalist Association (en)
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  • The Christian Universalist Association (CUA) is an association of individuals, churches (congregations) and ministries who advocate Christian universalism as the central theme of the Christian Gospel. It was founded in 2007 by Kalen Fristad (a member of the United Methodist Church) and Eric Stetson, originally incorporated in Virginia. The association reorganized in Colorado in 2018, and its mission became one of providing many of the services, resources, and events of a small denomination: endorsement for chaplains, education of and ordination as clergy for both chaplains and congregational ministers, and search assistance to congregations for hiring clergy. The original name Universalist Churches Association was changed to avoid confusion with the Universalist Church of America, which me (en)
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