OUR FAITH & PRINCIPLES
UU-Flint practices no specific religious creed. Instead, we covenant to work together on our own individual spiritual paths. Our covenant, and the seven principles that guide it, affirms this practice:Recognizing the richness of diversity, the beauty and wonder of shared worship, and the transforming power of love and service, we gather as a sacred, intentional community to freely seek knowledge and truth, to celebrate the fullness of life, and by our actions to increase goodness and justice.The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Flint practices seven main principles in their faith:
OUR FAITH DRAWS FROM MANY SOURCES
The Welcoming Congregation Program is a completely volunteer program for congregations that see a need to become more inclusive towards lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. It consists of a series of workshops developed by the UUA to reduce prejudice by increasing understanding and acceptance among people of different sexual orientations. At UUCF the certification program was completed in 1999, repeated and reaffirmed in 2010; but this journey of justice and inclusion is ongoing. The Welcoming Congregation painting of a chalice with a rainbow colored flame in the vestibule was chosen in 2005 as a visible reminder to members and visitors of our commitment to making our building space and programs safe for our LGBT members and friends.
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2474 S. Ballenger Hwy
Flint, MI 48507