"Life is just a chance to grow a soul."
~ A. Powell Davies (1902-1957)
"The meaning of life is fulfilled only by those who enter into the struggle for justice in history and community.”
~James Luther Adams (1901-1995)
Personal spiritual growth and the prophetic imperative have characterized Unitarian Universalism at its best. Unitarian Universalists think for themselves about life's meaning, its mystery, its wonder, its pain and its joy.
We honor individual freedom of belief.
We also affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person.
Our focus on individual freedom and personal, spiritual growth combines with profound appreciation for a community of kindred spirits, the congregation, along with the need to create a better world.
Unitarian Universalists put faith into action.
Our emphasis on spiritual freedom honors the experience of each person. We believe each one of us has to think through our deepest convictions and beliefs for ourselves. Thus, we have no creed or dogma.
Yet, we share basic values, affirmations and a breadth of vision represented in our covenant among the 1000+ Unitarian Universalist congregations across the country.
The national organization also has extensive offerings Unitarian Universalist Association