Our Third Principle

One of the most unique aspects of Unitarian Universalist churches is that we don’t adhere to any one faith tradition. Within our congregations, we have Christians, Buddhists, Pagans, Daoists, and Wiccans. We even have Atheists. It isn’t important what you believe we will still welcome you as one of our own. What is important is that you receive the support you need to continue on your faith journey, no matter where it leads you.

At UUCOC we celebrate Christmas and Winter Solstice, Beltane and Easter. It’s a blend of people who, at the very heart of it all, simply believe in accepting you just as you are. Here your humanity and your spiritual beliefs are honored.

This entry was posted in Deeper UUnderstanding, Essays, Meditation & Reflection, Standing on the Side of Love. Bookmark the permalink.

1 Response to Our Third Principle

  1. Rita says:

    This is one of the coolest parts of Unitarian Universalism. When I walked in the doors, I didn’t know anything about UU. My perception was that it was a “thinking” group. I had no idea how correct that perception was.

    In learning about other faith traditions, I have learned more about myself, and that has strengthened my own journey.

    At UU Oak Cliff, I have found people who are honest and loving, who are seeking and lending a hamd, who are smart and give good hugs – if you want them.

    Here, I found home and family.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *