What is Unitarianism?
Unitarianism encompasses a wide variety of beliefs. There is no creed or holy doctrine that Unitarians must follow or believe.
Unitarians think that the final authority for your own personal faith lies within your own personal conscience. They believe that respect for integrity is preferable to the pressure to conform.
Most Unitarians are happy to acknowledge the movement’s roots in Christian tradition. Some are glad to call themselves free or liberal Christians. Equally, many find it difficult to come to terms with Judeo-Christianity.
Among Unitarians you will find people who have Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Humanist, Buddhist, Pagan and Atheist perspectives. This is reflected in the varied and diverse congregations who attend Unitarian services.
Find out more about Unitarianism including its history on the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches website.