Who We Are & What We Believe

Who We Are

A Diverse People of Multiple Spiritual Paths, All Leading to Love

Source:  https://www.uua.org/beliefs and race, gender, etc.

What Do Unitarian Universalists Believe?

Shared Principles, Not Required Creed

So, what do Unitarian Universalists believe?  According to popular opinion, the answer to that question would be either “not much” or “anything they want to”.  It is true that UU’s reject the division of humankind into the saved and the damned.  We don’t believe God comes in three “persons” or that the evil in this world is centered in a Devil.  Because of our high regard for reason and the scientific method, we deny that anyone rises from the dead, walks on water, or is born from a virgin mother.  We reject beliefs that come so cheaply that they require no action on our part.  We have agreed on Seven Principles to guide our choices and commitments.