Sunday, January 9, 2011


 Unitarian Universalism is a religious community characterized by support for a "free and responsible search for truth and meaning".Unitarian Universalists do not share a creed; rather, they are unified by their shared search for spiritual growth and by the belief that an individual's theology is a result of that search and not obedience to an authoritative requirement. Unitarian Universalists draw on many different theological sources and have a wide range of beliefs and practices.
Historically, both Unitarianism and Universalism had roots in the Christian faith. Contemporary Unitarian Universalists do not necessarily subscribe to the historic beliefs of Unitarianism and Universalism, espousing a rather hands-off approach to religion, whereby the followers can be atheist, theist, or any point in between.
Unitarian Universalism became organized as a religious group in 1961 with the establishment of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), a consolidation of the American Unitarian Association, established in 1825, and the Universalist Church of America, established in 1866. It is headquartered in BostonMassachusetts, and serves churches mostly in the United States. The Canadian Unitarian Council became an independent body in 2002.
Again I thank Wiki for all the info.
Also Photoshop for the fun tips and tricks-
( I am a toddler on PS!)


Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

I find it interesting that the this religion has a 'hands-off' approach to religion!

Love the Druid!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

In Provincetown the 'UU' is used as a landmark when giving directions ;)