Unitarian Universalism has a long history, with roots that can be traced back to the very beginning of Christianity. While we continue to honor our history, our faith is ever-changing and now draws from many sources of wisdom – including the world’s religions, nature, science, and philosophy.
Today, you may find yourself in the company of a Unitarian Universalist who is inspired by Buddhism, Humanism, earth-centered traditions, Christian teachings, or many other teachings. Unitarian Universalists are not bound together by a single, common set of beliefs. We are bound together by our common values and our commitment to supporting one another on our spiritual journeys.
Core to our Unitarian Universalist faith are the: Six Sources of Our Living Tradition, the Seven Principles, and social justice work. Unitarian Universalists have a long-standing commitment to living out our values by showing up for civil rights, LGBTQIA+ equality, immigration reform, environmental sustainability, racial justice, and more.
Watch this video about Unitarian Universalism to see who we are, what we do, and why it matters: