UUs all believe in different Gods, and sometimes no Gods at all. UUs aren’t required to do certain rituals or practices, except the ones which speak to their spirit. UUs demand we take personal and communal responsibility for spiritual growth, not look to a church authority for our Salvation. So… what exactly do UUs do at church?
Alec Peck has been a practicing UU for 23 years, raised in a UU church, chosen by his father, raised Quaker, and mother, raised Jewish (though both Humanist in praxis). Alec has studied natural science at Creighton University, a Jesuit institution, and is now completing his Ph.D. at UC Riverside, while serving as chair of the Worship Committee here at UUCR.
Topics: Motivation/Inspiration, Sources of UUism, Spiritual Journey, UU Principles