Peoples Church Unitarian Universalist stands as an open, democratic and vital community for all. We encourage the questioning mind, nurture spiritual growth, and promote justice and caring among our members and in the wider world
We are proud to be a Welcoming Congregation and begin each Sunday service by extending a heartfelt greeting to everyone regardless of age, race, sexual orientation, or other barriers that may wrongly separate people.
Our membership represents a wide range of religious backgrounds, theologies, income levels, and family structures. Humanists, Christians, Jews, Muslims, and Pagans have all been a part of our community. Though it can at times be challenging for such a diverse group to connect authentically, our diversity is also our strength.
Our representation on volunteer boards and social action committees far outweighs our numbers in relation to the larger community. Much of this work is done on our members' private initiative, but our Values in Action committee has also bridged Peoples people to the wider world again and again.
Peoples Church is a member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations (UUA). That means we strive to foster a core set of values in ourselves and the wider world, rather than requiring our members to adhere to specific beliefs. Though each member congregation of the UUA is independent, all affirm and promote a search for meaning and truth and are open to individuals of all faiths and backgrounds.
Go to the UUA website to learn more about Unitarian Universalist Beliefs.
Updated June 2014