Many Unitarians by definition do not subscribe to the doctrine of " The Trinity", we believe in the unity of one deity, commonly & culturally named as God.
We believe there is no such thing as " the one true faith" and that all of the worlds major faith traditions offer insight into the mystery of a power greater than ourselves.
We are a liberal and inclusive faith believing strongly in the equality of all people. Unitarian churches are open to all regardless of colour, race, creed, sexual orientation or gender identification.
We seek our inspiration from many sources, including Jesus of Nazareth whom many Unitarians would see as an exceptional man and teacher, yet may struggle to accept many of the teachings about him and the events of his life.
We strongly affirm the right of each to seek God as they wish and as they are able.
We accept the supreme importance of human reason in our search.
We believe in the dignity & worth of every person
We believe that many sacred texts from different traditions offer insight but they are at the end of the day the product of human thinking.
We have rites of passage such as weddings, baptisms and funerals but not in the concept of sacrament
We believe in gender equality in all matters and that a persons sexual orientation is a personal matter.
We believe that what we call God should be experienced rather than defined.
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