The seven principles and six sources of the Unitarian Universalist Association are a useful guide for us. They are the basis for many of our religious education courses, for example, and ministers often refer to them in sermons. But they were never meant to be a static set of words – the need to revise them to keep up with changing times and changing ideas is baked in. Let’s explore what the UU Principles say about us as a people of faith, and how we can embrace them gently, leaving room for graceful evolution.
New to UUCW? To stay connected and find out information about our programs such as Religious Education and new UU Orientation, complete our visitor form
Unitarian Universalist Church West