Unitarian and Universalist roots go back to the time of the Protestant Reformation in Europe, and grew out of theologies present at the formation of the early Christian church. Open to people of whatever age, faith or ethnic background, we celebrate with all liberal religious people who seek an understanding of universal sacred truths. We share a vision of the holy that is creative and life affirming and draws from the world’s great religious traditions. Requiring no creedal assent for membership, we are guided and governed in our community life by a set of equitable Principles and Purposes, adopted by all member congregations of our national association, the Unitarian Universalist Association. We provide a religious home where each is free to explore a life of meaning in a community of love and hope.