What do Unitarians Offer?
Unitarian churches offer a liberal religion that draws from many faith traditions. Unitarians are people who identify as Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, Pagans, Atheists, and others. Unitarians are encouraged to search for truth on their own spiritual path. It is the only religion to come together in a blessed community with such a wide range of beliefs.
What do Unitarians do in the world?
Unitarians have historically had an impact on social and political reform far greater than our small numbers would suggest. Many Unitarians have been pioneers in numerous fields, based on our declared commitment to social justice and equality. We were the first denomination to ordain women as ministers, and also the first to ordain openly gay men and women. Individual Unitarians have their own particular causes, but among the issues which the denomination continues to take the lead on are gay and lesbian rights, animal welfare and penal reform.
Unitarianism is a liberal religious faith
Unitarians are religious people, heirs to a historical tradition of over 400 years, who recognize and seek wisdom in all the world's great religious, philosophical, and artistic traditions.
Unitarian congregations offer weekly worship services that draw upon the breadth of these great sources of inspiration.
Unitarians believe that each individual is on their own spiritual journey, but that together we can journey toward wholeness.
What We Believe
- The right to seek truth and meaning
- Using your own life experience, your reflection your intuitive understanding and your own conscience.
- To be a community that welcomes you for who you are, complete with your beliefs, doubts and questions.