Unitarian Universalists of the Central Valley and Sierra
Imagine a religion where people with different beliefs worship as one faith …
Where religious inspiration comes from not one but many spiritual sources …
Where there's a home for people who simply can't accept what they've always been asked to believe.

If you believe religion should be more than a narrow statement of faith, that it should have more than one answer, and that the mystery of creation can be acknowledged without having to be named, maybe Unitarian Universalism is right for you.

About Unitarian Universalism

Unitarian Universalism is a non-creedal religion, which means we don't all believe in the same things. While Unitarian Universalists hold widely divergent spiritual beliefs, we do share certain fundamental values. The Unitarian Universalist Association Principles affirm and promote …

We need not think alike to love alike.” — Unitarian minister Francis David (1510-1579)

For more information about Unitarian Universalism, visit the UUA.

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