We, the members of the UU Fellowship, recognize that whenever people gather together in community, it is important to articulate our common expectations and lift up our shared aspirations.
Therefore we pledge:
- To welcome with open minds and hearts all who gather here – newcomers, members, children and friends.
- To nurture one another with caring words, kind actions, and compassionate concern.
- To share ideas freely, listen willingly, disagree respectfully and in times of disagreement, search for common ground.
- To value the diversity of identities and cultures.
- To celebrate with open minds the many expressions of our different spiritual paths.
- To create intentional connections with one another as we build our beloved community.
- To enrich our congregational life by participating, leading , pledging and giving.
- To live out Unitarian Universalist principles and congregational mission in the world.
Unitarian Universalism is a covenantal, not creedal faith. That means that, although we may believe differently, we come together to search, grow, serve, and minister. Francis David said it best, “We need not think alike to love alike.”
Unitarian Universalism is a non-judgmental religious home that will accept and support you wherever you may be in life’s journey. It is composed of diverse communities operating without a common belief about God, the universe, and death. Instead of creed, we share a spirit and vision of radical inclusivity, individual agency, and social justice. It is a safe space to stand out, stand up, and change your mind, particularly during life’s transitions. We embrace personal discovery and growth through learning, engagement, and service. Our only doctrine is love!