Unitarian Universalists are often asked, “So what do you believe – really?” The Unitarian Universalism intentionally has no doctrine, dogma or creed. Therefore, when the American Unitarian Association and the Universalist Church in America merged in 1961 the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association agreed to a statement of principles to help interested persons understand what is essential to us, i.e., the bond that holds our freely associated congregations together. From 1981 through 1985, as required by the by-laws of the UUA, the Association reviewed, renewed and revised the principles and added the sources, which can be found at www.uua.org/beliefs/principles.
Love is the spirit of this church, and service is its law. To dwell together in peace; To seek the truth in love; And to help one another; This is our covenant.
All Souls is an inclusive, justice-seeking community where we support each other, nurture spiritual growth, and encourage the active search for meaning.
All Soul empowers our members to live our shared UU values and to bring them out into the world in partnership with others.