Learning about Unitarian Universalism

It is essential to experience learning about our own Unitarian Universalist tradition, and learning about the particular traditions of our own congregation, in a culture of care and acceptance.

As young children we learn about our traditions implicitly from our experience of congregational life. As we move through Sunday school, we learn explicitly about our own Unitarian Universalist tradition. And we value the security of belonging to a religious community distinct from others.

As we move towards adolescence, it helps us to be able to respectfully compare and contrast our own tradition with others. As adults, we hope we continue to learn more and to continue this respectful comparing and contrasting.