Our UUA congregations across the continent, and the individuals within them, have a variety of theological foundations. Some are strongly anchored in our Humanist roots, others achieve meaning through a study of our Christian history, while still others have grown in recent years from concerns for our ecology and earth-centered spirituality. With this diversity across the continent, how is our conception of religious community enhanced by our governance through congregational polity?
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Last updated on Monday, June 20, 2011.
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