Unitarian Universalism has a rich history and is a living tradition. Though our roots are in Christianity and Judaism, we draw inspiration from many sources including the wisdom of the world’s faith traditions, nature, science, and contemporary thought.
We Believe In:
-Deeds rather than creeds
-Each person’s right and responsibility to develop his/her own religious convictions
-Promoting children’s natural curiosity by exposing them to the beliefs of many religions
-Supporting a free and disciplined search for truth through religious fellowship
-Ethical living with respect for human dignity
-Justice, equity and compassion in human relations