We gather together in spiritual community because we need constant reminders of what matters most in life. In a world of heartbreak and dehumanization, our congregations and communities call us to our better selves. We learn to live with more wisdom, more connection, and more compassion.

Unitarian Universalist congregations draw from a variety of religious and spiritual sources. This is reflected in the worship you’ll experience in a congregation. Services often include readings and texts from world religions and from ancient and modern poetry and literature. The congregation may sing, share, and listen to music, whether classical, folk, or modern. There is no one source of inspiration or teachings. From time to time, worships incorporate holiday celebrations, longer musical performances, child dedications, and coming-of-age ceremonies.