Guided by our faith in the worth and dignity of all, we build community that includes — a faith that welcomes you in your wholeness. Unitarian Universalists are people of many religious backgrounds, people of many racial and cultural backgrounds, people of many life experiences and identities.

We are the certain and the seeking, the lifers and the newcomers, the beloved and the broken hearted, the insiders and the rejected, all of whom have found a home in the extraordinary, yet intimate communities of Unitarian Universalism.” — Melissa Harris-Perry, a lifelong UU and MSNBC host

People of All Genders and Sexual Orientations

Unitarian Universalism is a supportive and friendly home for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals, families, and communities. Always at the forefront of LGBTQ rights and inclusion, for more than 45 years we have been ordaining LGBTQ ministers, leading LGBTQ-affirming sexuality education for young people, working for rights in society (including marriage equality), and promoting inclusion in our congregations.

People of All Ethnic, Racial, and Cultural Backgrounds

As a religious community of diverse beliefs, we are a community of diverse identities and backgrounds. Our Principles call us to build multicultural community and to challenge the systems privilege and power in society and in our hearts. Our work for racial justice and inclusion both celebrates and challenges: we celebrate the people of many cultures and identities who already find home in Unitarian Universalism, and challenge ourselves to open our doors ever-wider.