What is 'Unitarianism'?
The Unitarian movement arose and evolved in the Christian tradition. Today, most
Unitarians in Britain are happy to acknowledge this living relationship in some way.
Many are glad to call themselves Free or liberal Christians.
It is recognised, though, that there are many people who find difficulty with the Jewish-Christian tradition. Unitarians are concerned to provide fellowship and worship which, while respecting the liberal Christian tradition, will have meaning for them too. Among Unitarians, there are those who find the focus of their faith elsewhere than in liberal Christianity, for example in religious humanism or Creation Spirituality.
What do Unitarians believe about Jesus?
Unitarians believe that Jesus was fully human rather than divine, and would follow his teachings rather than the teachings about him. For further views and information click on the various links.
Unitarians in Britain www.unitarian.org.uk
Merseyside Unitarian Ministry Partnership www.mump.org.uk
Mersyside MDMA www.ukunitarians.org.uk/merseyside
Unitarian College, Manchester www.unitarian-college.org.uk
National Unitarian Fellowship www.nufonline.org.uk
Unitarian Women's League www.ukunitarians.org.uk/womensleague
International Association of Religious Freedom www.iarf.net