It is worth reading, particularly for those of us who attend United (or Union) churches like Eliot. Also, I will refer you to the sermon I linked on April 1's "An Interesting UU Christian Sermon". One of our sticking points can be a less-than-nuanced understanding of the institutions with which we are affiliated. It is easy to think of them as two monolithic entities existing in opposition to each other when, really, each is itself, a venue for discussion and debate. Also, the UUA and UCC overlap more than they oppose. Both of these sermons address issues currently being discussed in UU churches around the country.
So, anyway, click here for "Why is "Unitarian Universalism" Dying?" If that doesn't work just click the post-title.