In 1892, while Caroline Bartlett Crane was the minister of People’s Church, the current Bond of Union was adopted.  The Bond of Union describes the religious outlook and shared values, which we still use today.

Earnestly desiring to develop in ourselves and in the world honest, reverent thought, faithfulness to our highest conception of right living, the spirit of love and service to all people, and allegiance towards all the interests of morality and religion, as interpreted by the growing thought and purest lives of humanity:

We join ourselves together hoping to help one another in all good things and advance the cause of pure and practical religion in the community.  We base our union upon no creed test but upon the purpose herein expressed and welcome all who wish to join us to help establish truth, righteousness and love in all the world.