Christian Universalist Association

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Christian Universalist Association
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  • Kalen Fristad
  • Eric Stetson
TypeEcumenical religious organization
PurposeTo serve member churches, ministries, and individuals who believe in Christian universalism
HeadquartersFairfax, Virginia, US
Region served
Lance Haverkamp

The Christian Universalist Association (CUA) is an interdenominational organization of churches, ministries, and individuals who believe in Christian universalism. It was founded in 2007 by Kalen Fristad (a member of the United Methodist Church) and Eric Stetson and is based in Fairfax, Virginia.[1] 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, is a member church of both the Christian Universalist Association and the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Statement of faith[edit]

The CUA currently lists seven key ideas including universal reconciliation, personal transformation, affirmation of the supernatural, emphasis on The Golden Rule as the fundamental ethical idea and the belief in divine justice.[2]


  1. ^ "About – The Christian Universalist Association".
  2. ^ "Our Spiritual Perspective – The Christian Universalist Association".

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