About Unitarian Universalism

Forged by reason and inspiration, Unitarian and Universalist perspectives were declared heretical in the fourth century of the Common Era. One spoke of a great unity and the other about the universality of love, and these concepts would not die. Communities of Unitarians and Universalists emerged throughout history, as conscience and devotion led people to these religious convictions. Since the two ”U”s merged in the US in 1961, the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations has enjoyed education, worship and justice work in the style of religious freedom first brought to these shores in 1648.

Today Unitarian Universalists practice a faith beyond belief, in which respect — for the individual as well as the web of all life — is our guide.

YouTube: Voices of a Liberal Faith – Unitarian Universalists

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What Does ‘God’ Mean? and Theology of Unitarian Universalists  

(Two sermons from the Rev. Marilyn Sewell)