Unitarian Universalism (UU) is a liberal religion that was created when two faith traditions, Universalism and Unitarianism joined together in 1961. The two traditions had a long history before the merger. The Universalist Church of America was founded in 1793 and the American Unitarian Association in 1825. The UU faith is covenantal, not creedal, meaning there is no belief requirement or creed one has to say to join a UU community. There are requirements for how we want to be together and how we want to set about the work of creating Beloved Community with one another. Our covenants are how we practice our faith together and often set forth our aspirations for how we want to be in the world.
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