A message from the Unitarian Universalist Association:

“Unitarian Universalism is a living tradition that learns and adapts to meet the needs of each generation. It’s been nearly 40 years since a comprehensive review of our principles.

The digital age has shifted our interactions with community and truth. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted our interdependence, and where individualism falls short. There is a rise in global autocracies and attacks on democratic institutions, and climate catastrophe and mass extinctions threaten the delicate balance of the web of life.

These are just a few of the major struggles our living tradition must face today and in our future. With the articulation of our shared UU values, we can be better equipped to make values- based decisions in facing these new and evolving realities.”

Below are a few links to explore how our values and principles might be reframed. The UUCRT delegates to the GA Summit will be voting on the proposed revisions this summer. All UUCRT members and friends will have a chance to voice their opinions, and members will be able to cast their vote, before we send our delegates to the UUA General Assembly this June.
-Rev. Diane

Resources: A short video
Proposed Revisions:
Questions and Answers: