Personal Credos 

Francis David 

We need not think alike to love alike.

William G. Sinkford 

The Unitarian side tells us that there is only one God, one spirit of life, one power of love. The Universalist side tells us that God is a loving God, condemning none of us, valuing the spark of divinity that is in every human being. So my version of what Unitarian Universalism stands for is, ‘One God, no one left behind.’

Daniel O’Connell 

Unitarian Universalists share many scriptures, not just one, and a belief in the here and now, not just the hereafter. We value freedom, reason, tolerance and love as overarching values. We honor deeds, not creeds, as we try to live our faith. We believe everyone should be forthright about religious living by using that old ethic from high school math class, “show your work.” Ours is an evolutionary theology, understanding that language changes with time and growing awareness. In the final analysis, we believe we are saved by love and made holy by character.

Galen Guengerich 

While obedience, love, and even submission each play a vital role in the life of faith, my current conviction is that our defining discipline should be gratitude. In the same way that Judaism is defined by obedience, Christianity by love, and Islam by submission, I believe that Unitarian Universalism should be defined by gratitude.

Jana Peirce 

I believe it is our connections that make life meaningful: the ties of love that bind us to each other and whatever sense of connection we feel or yearn for with other living things and all that came before us or moves beyond us. As humans we have a deep spiritual need for connection. Read More »

Ed Schempp 

Unitarian Universalism is cooperation with a universe that created us. It is a celebration of life. It is being in love with goodness and justice. It is a sense of humor about absolutes. Read More »

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