Where do we come from ? Where are we? Where are we going?

When we gather in Unitarian Universalist congregations, we recognize pretty quickly that there is no way to give a description of the typical Unitarian Universalist. We come to our gatherings along so many different paths, bringing our many individual stories and heading off in many different directions every time we leave each other’s company. Given this, is it possible to find a coherent way to describe Unitarian Universalism, broadly speaking? The Six Sources of Unitarian Universalism (as outlined by our association’s bylaws) are one way that we build an account of who we are (and who we hope to become) as a people while also recognizing and honoring our diversities.