About UU

Unlike many religions we don’t have a creed or doctrine, but we do have a short list of beliefs that form the basis for everything we do. You may be surprised to learn that you already agree with most or all of our Seven Principles.

Unitarian Universalism emerged from two different religions:  Unitarianism and Universalism.  Both Unitarianism and Universalism started in Europe hundreds of years ago.  The Universalist Church of America was founded by 1793, and the American Unitarian Association by 1825.  In 1961, these denominations consolidated to form the new religion of Unitarian Universalism.

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