Participants brainstorm their own set of Unitarian Universalist Roots in Activity 3. This list is provided as a resource from which facilitators can draw examples for the group. It is by no means exhaustive!
From the Six Sources:
Experience of "transcendent mystery and wonder"
Wisdom from the world's religions
Teachings of Earth-centered traditions
Reason in religion
The sacred is always unfolding
Freedom of belief and practice
Respect for differing viewpoints
Recognition of and respect for interdependence
Prayer and meditation in worship
Sharing of joys and concerns
Inclusivity and welcome
Working for the common good
Caring for our planet
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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