About Unitarians

The Unitarians are a spiritual community who encourage you to think for yourself.

They believe that:

  • everyone has the right to seek truth and meaning for themselves.
  • the fundamental tools for doing this are your own life-experience, your reflection upon it, your intuitive understanding and the promptings of your own conscience.
  • the best setting for this is a community that welcomes you for what you are - beliefs, doubts, questions and all!
Unitarians take a positive view of human nature. They believe people are worth caring about. In the spirit of civil and religious liberty, they support equality of respect and opportunity for everyone. They oppose repression and discrimination on the grounds of any arbitrary or accidental factor, such as race or gender, sexual orientation or religious belief.

At the heart of Unitarianism is worship, which usually takes place Sunday by Sunday. Unitarian worship reflects what a particular community regards as being of supreme worth.

If you would like to read more please click 'A Faith Worth Thinking About' or the image on the right

If you are interested in learning more about Unitarians you are invited to contact any of the Scottish congregations or other links to be found on our website.