WHAT DO UNITARIANS BELIEVE?
Faith is not measured by how hard you believe, but by how closely your actions match your beliefs
Doubt and inquiry are as much the tools of faith as hope and prayer.
Jesus, Moses, Mohammed, Buddha, among others, are great spiritual leaders because of the ethics they taught and lived.
We reject any discrimination that punishes or excludes people on race, religion, gender, age, disability, class, education, or affectional orientation.
Human beings have free will and the capacity to choose good over evil.
All religions hold a corner on the truth, but none hold a monopoly.
Unitarians stand for an open-minded approach to the spiritual quest. Ours is a faith with traditional foundations, resting on principles of freedom, reason and tolerance. We value the freedom as individuals to decide for ourselves. We respect the Judeo-Christian tradition combined with a willing acceptance that truth comes to us from many sources - not least from our own life experience.
Unitarians have been at the forefront of liberal religion since the 1600s - always striving to make our faith relevant to the challenges of everyday living. Famous Unitarians have included Thomas Jefferson, Catherine Helen Spence and Adlai Stevenson.