From Creed to Covenant


One of the unique features of Unitarian Universalism is that we are a religious tradition that does not have a creed, a set of beliefs that everyone is expected to follow. Instead, we are organized around the covenant or covenants that we have with each other. A covenant is a set of promises that identify how, ideally, we would treat ourselves and each other. Our UU Principles form the basis of our covenant and this morning we’ll explore how they were created.