Unitarian Universalism is a religion of “deeds not creeds,” affirming that “we need not believe alike to love alike” and that living our faith through acts of love, compassion, hope, and justice says more about our “true” faith than subscribing to a particular religious creed or dogma.

We believe that love is the governing force of all human relationships and that true love always seeks to help and to heal, never to hurt or destroy.

Believing that “justice is what love looks like in public,” our faith calls us to “stand on the side of love” and “give life the shape of justice.”

Within our community, we live our faith by warmly welcoming all who enter our doors, worshipping together, learning together, working together, laughing and playing together, singing and making music together, and caring for one another.