To make Unitarian Universalist congregations more effective
At its best our Unitarian Universalist worship is an essential element of the Seven Experiences.
Worship works best when it is done in a culture of care and acceptance. This culture allows worshipers to more freely experience the positive changes of heart they need. This means having words, music and other artistic expressions expressing care and accepting the hearts of worshipers where they are.
Our Unitarian Universalist worship does not require worshipers to subscribe to a certain set of religious beliefs – a creed. We understand ourselves as covenantal tradition rather than a creedal tradition.
In our congregations, we hope to offer our children and youth chances to experience our free and open hearted worship in many forms. These include multi-generational worship, children’s worship, and youth worship. As they become teenagers, we hope our youth will begin to prepare and direct worship themselves.