We UU’s accept one another and encourage each other to spiritual growth. Or so we claim in our commitment to the third Principle of the Unitarian Universalist Association of congregations. And “ay, there’s the rub” in this pluralistic faith tradition that makes room for assorted beliefs, religious orientations, and spiritual practices. In this experiential service […]
The 5th UUA Principle calls for “the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large.” It begins, therefore, by affirming the “right of conscience. And so shall we.
The fourth principle of the UnitarianUniversalist Association is: A free and responsible search for truth and meaning. What is truth? Is it what is objectively true and testable in a scientific sense? Or is it being authentic as an individual? Well, both of course. We need to be in touch with both kinds of truth to […]
This Labor Day weekend we draw the threads of our summer Seven Principles series together and ask, “Where do we go with these Principles now?” Plus: Stay tuned for details about this special Sundae Sunday!