This little Unitarian
Universalist page is the hub of my spirituality
section. A jumping-off point, if you will.
I am a Unitarian Universalist, primarily because of this church's
accepting and nurturing attitude towards all, supporting and
encouraging all to seek their own paths, but respecting all
pathways. There are as many flavours of UU as there are of people.
Also, the UU church is liberal and has a strong social-justice
stance, something that is important to me. Click below to see the
guiding tenets of the UUA:
I have been a member of the UUA's Church of the Larger Fellowship
since May 2000. The CLF is especially for isolated UU's who are not
near a congregation or cannot, one way or another, get to one. The
CLF has an online presence, sends out materials on a regular basis,
has a lending library, and is always available for questions and
such. It has its own minister and staff. It is a church without a
building, encompassing the globe.
I am a polytheist pagan, an animist, a religious
pluralist. I am a
believer in many things. I am a seeker, who continues to move along
her own path. I believe that a person's spirituality, over one's
lifetime, is like the unfolding of a flower, new petals becoming
visible as time goes on.
Exploration and becoming are good.
Various things will crop up here. But this page will be the nexus and
"I never told my religion, nor
scrutinized that of another. I never attempted to make a
convert, nor wished to change another's creed. I have judged
others' religions by their lives, for it is from our lives and
not our words that our religions must be read."
those that wander are lost. -- J. R. R. Tolkien
Ride The Rail to a Different
Destination Each Day!