UUCM Covenant of Right Relations
(Recently revised! Adopted by vote of the members, January 24, 2021)
In affirmation of our mission statement and to further its realization, we the members and friends of the Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains do covenant to be in community with each other.
Recognizing that different points of view are natural in human relations, and wishing to relate to others as harmoniously as possible, I will:
- Treat others with kindness, empathy,and respect.
- Communicate with patience, flexibility, and a willingness to negotiate in the spirit of cooperation.
- Respect confidentiality.
- Be aware of my own thoughts, feelings,and needs and, when possible,share them directly and honestly with those involved, without judgment or blame.
- Invite, respect, and listen to all points of view, while setting aside assumptions or character judgments, and while making welcoming space for minority opinions.
- Take responsibility for my own mental, emotional, and spiritual balance,asking for support when I need it.
- Respect individual needs and acknowledge that the health, safety, and wellbeing of our community may take precedence over those needs. When individual needs cannot be met, I will seek compassionate understanding, restoration of harmony, reconciliation, and forgiveness.
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