We hold there are as many paths through life as there are people – and we help each other find our way
Together, we learn from ancient wisdom, philosophy, science, art and poetry. We pray, meditate, find stillness in nature. We work on a common cause.
We pay attention to our inner life; to what we see as sacred, holy.
Unitarian history has been one of open-minded, loving community, from our origins with the dissenting Christians of the 17th and 18th centuries, through to reflecting the diversity of values and beliefs in Britain today. Our ethos is grounded in freedom and enquiry.
We have always combined reason and science with spirituality and faith, with a strong commitment to using our power to create a more just and fair society. We are grounded in our current reality, and this drives our evolution.
To get a flavour of Unitarian spirituality, you can watch the closing worship service of our Being Together online gathering in Spring 2020:
Our community is constantly evolving and learning – and has been for over 300 years. We would love you to be part of its future.
And you can watch this video to find out more about what it means to be a Unitarian: