Putting Love at the Center

Unitarian Universalism is grounded on common values, not common beliefs, values defined in Article II of the UUA Bylaws, last revised in 1985. All UUs are encouraged to learn about the proposed revision of Article II. The revision statement places Love as the central, core value on which the other six values — pluralism, interdependence, equity, generosity, justice, and evolution — are built. What does a community with love as its center look like? How can this denominational revision inspire congregations to define love as their core value? How is Love the Doctrine of this church, especially during the annual stewardship campaign?