Unitarian Universalism is a faith tradition rooted in asking questions and seeking answers to the purpose of our existence. While we do not provide answers with regards to the divine, we do explore how to live together in peace, not only with each other, but also with our planet. As a friend once said to me, Unitarian Universalism does not tell us what to think, but “how” to think. How do we view the world around us? How do we stand up for those least among us? How do we protect the earth’s precious resources? How do we fight for racial equity and social justice? These are just some of the questions we grapple with in our community. We are a covenantal faith, which means we gather and agree to be in community while challenging ourselves and each other to “love the hell out of this world.” Join us.