Seven Principles

Unitarian Universalist congregations affirm and promote seven Principles, which we hold as strong values and moral guides.

This list includes every page tagged with "Seven Principles."

  • By Rod Richards
    From WorshipWeb
    What can we do for those who are most at risk, most vulnerable, all the time, and now, again?
  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    From WorshipWeb
    What matters more is that we are willing to live our lives in the shape of what is being asked, not hope that what we are asked to do will fit the shape of our lives.
  • By Kari Gottfried
    From WorshipWeb
    In the Bible, there’s a pretty well-known story about David and Goliath. Goliath, a huge warrior from the side of the Philistines, challenged someone from the side of the Israelites to battle. David was chosen and he knew that even with all of the armor in the world, he would not be able to win...
  • By Sharon D. Welch
    From WorshipWeb
    The ground of challenging injustice is gratitude, the heartfelt desire to honor the wonder of that which is.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    From WorshipWeb
    Reader 1: In 1637, the white settlers in what was to become the town of Dedham, Massachusetts, wanted to start a church. What they longed for was sincere religious association based in love, and founded in freedom. ...
  • By Myke Johnson
    From WorshipWeb
    Don’t try to steal someone else’s culture. Do your own spiritual work. Research the stories of your ancestors. Trace the journeys that brought them to the land where you now reside. Learn the stories of their brokenness and their connections.
  • By Rosemary Bray McNatt
    From WorshipWeb
    By no means are we [Unitarian Universalists] perfect; we often fail as much as we succeed. Yet even when "we have broken our vows a thousand times,"* we return to this essential work of justice and liberation for all. We do the work best when we remember what church is and what it is not. Church is...
  • By Marta I Valentín
    From WorshipWeb
    I am running out of truths to tell and ways of saying them. It is time now to keep this beloved faith from fracturing, moreover, in this delicate turning let us remember that before anything, ante todos, somos sere humanos, we are human beings who have chosen to travel together.
  • The Seven Principles in fun colors and short, simple language that’s just right for kids! Pack of 10 booklets.
  • By Daorat Sereenawakun
    Seven UU Principles in Thai