Principles & Beliefs
Unitarian Universalism is a liberal, open-minded religion that encourages and supports people seeking their own spiritual path. Members welcome different beliefs and seek to find the wisdom in all religions.
There is no creed or dogma. Instead, each congregation creates its own covenant, a statement of mission and belief. Unitarian Universalists seek not only to grow spiritually, but also to become involved in the social issues of the world.
Congregations create ways to address social issues such as civil rights, environmentalism, gay and lesbian rights, and economic and racial justice.