many Unitarian Universalists [UUs] were born in this faith, many more came to it later
Some of these seekers left the faith tradition of their childhood, while others came from no
religious tradition at all. Interfaith families have frequently found a
religious home in a Unitarian Universalist congregation, where each partner’s
beliefs and traditions are honored and children can learn about their parents’
faith heritage and eventually seek their own answers to religious
Unitarian heritage calls us to recognize the inherent good of all persons, while
the Universalist part of our tradition
encourages us to extend love and acceptance to all people. You are
welcome in a Unitarian Universalist congregation, whatever your gender identity,
sexual orientation, racial identity, or class. Our Principles call us to affirm
the worth and dignity of every individual, to accept one another, and to foster
each other’s spiritual growth."
—from Welcome: A Unitarian Universalist Primer
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Last updated on Wednesday, June 2, 2010.
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