What We Believe
We strive to be a “House without walls, a congregation without spiritual boundaries.” Our desire is to help build a better you and a better world.
Rather than insisting we all believe all the same things, Unitarian Universalists enter into a covenant together, agreeing to hold ourselves and each other to a common standard. This standard is embodied in our 7 Principles, which are in harmony with religious (and non-religious) traditions from around the world and throughout the ages.
But it’s a mistake to think that we all just believe “anything we want to.” The fact is that we are free to believe what we must in order to remain true to our conscience, convictions and reason. With so many diverse perspectives sharing the same conversation, our 7 Principles are vitally important because they remind us to respect everyone (including ourselves!) and to remember that we are all in this together.
Follow this link to learn more about the 7 Principles of Unitarian Universalism: 7 Principles.
Congressional Statement of Values (Adopted 6/4/2023)
“Harbor Unitarian Universalist Congregation (HUUC) is our spiritual home where we practice our values of Acceptance, Compassion, and Social Justice in the wider world.
HUUC is a community that:
- Welcomes and respects a diverse set of beliefs and the inherent worth and dignity of all people;
- Fosters love, kindness, and friendship to all;
- Promotes practices to create a more just and healthy world.