Deeds, Not Creeds: Walking Together in Covenant

The free faith of Unitarian Universalism is grounded not on common beliefs but on common covenants: our promises for creating compassionate, loving relationships with one another. The centuries-long history of covenants affirms their importance in today’s world challenged by extreme partisanship, on-going pandemic, and worldwide environmental threats.

Today let’s examine the meaning, practice, and importance of “covenant,” our second grounding theme.