Unitarian Universalism has been called the "Uncommon Denomination." It can be difficult to explain what UUism is. For most denominations, a person might reasonably ask, "What do U(U) believe?" but we are not defined by beliefs. We do not observe a creed -- there's no set of beliefs to which you must subscribe to be a UU. Instead, we are organized by covenant -- that is, the promise we have to walk together and work together to make this world a better place, not in spite of our differences, but BECAUSE of them.
February is "CUC Month" - come learn how to practice "One Faith, Many Beliefs".