Unitarian Universalists believe that religious education and exploration are important for all ages. Our goal is to help young people gain knowledge and experience so that they can make informed choices about their religious life as they approach adulthood. We also believe everyone continues to learn and to make choices throughout life, and we offer opportunities for individual growth in addition to the Sunday service.
Membership in our denomination does not require us to subscribe to any statement of beliefs or religious doctrine. With an optimistic attitude about life and a 400-year history behind us, we believe that humans have great ability to recognize right, correct wrongs, find solutions, and make this a better world. For this reason, Unitarian Universalists are often involved in programs for social justice, concern for the less fortunate, and equality of opportunity.