We’re a digital Unitarian Universalist community of faith. What folks do as a faith community inside structural walls, we do along the digital highway and in the communities in which we live. We’re here to aid and to be changed by Love’s transforming power, bearing justice, mercy, and healing in our own ways.
Part of our community ethic is humility. None of us goes this way alone. We are better together, sharing the different experiences and gifts each of us has. Together we can make a real and positive difference for good. Each of us is only one part of this whole, limited in ability and wisdom, skills and gifts. All of us are growing and changing and continuously called by and transformed by Love along the way.
In June 2011 the Unitarian Universalist Association’s General Assembly voted to change the bylaws allowing non-local congregations. There has to be both policy and a confirming second vote in 2012 to permit non-local congregations (including digital ones like us). In the meantime, we can still be a religious community connecting digitally, living locally, and loving globally.