Unitarian Universalism is a tradition coming from the radical wing of the Protestant Reformation, a decades-long struggle within western Christianity, to define sources of religious authority and forms of religious community. The most common Sunday Service in a UU congregation looks more like a protestant Christian worship service than any other kind of worship.  Yet, in nearly 200 years of American Unitarian/Universalism, must has changed, as the religious culture has become much more diverse.  Therefore, our services include diverse elements and broad aims.

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