Judaism: Theological Diversity in Unitarian Universalism
One of the six religious sources from which Unitarian Universalism draws is "Jewish and Christian teachings which call us to respond to God's love by loving our neighbors as ourselves."
Roughly a quarter of all members of Unitarian Universalist congregations draw inspiration from Jewish theological perspectives. Many Unitarian Universalist congregations celebrate some of the major Jewish holidays, including Passover and the High Holy Days.
More information about Judaism from a Unitarian Universalist perspective is available in the following UU World articles. UU World magazine is published in behalf of Unitarian Universalist Association congregations to help its readers build their faith and act on it more effectively in their personal lives, their congregations, their communities, and the world.
For even more resources and to connect with other Unitarian Universalist Jews, please visit the website of the Unitarian Univesalists for Jewish Awareness.
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Last updated on Friday, February 8, 2013.
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