The Seven Principles
First Universalist Unitarian Church of Wausau upholds and affirms the following seven Principles that serve as integral values and an ethical compass.
What We Believe
Unitarian Universalist is a non-creedal religion. While we do not have traditional doctrines or dogma, these seven Principles have emerged from the grassroots of our communities and have been democratically affirmed, forming an essential part of our collective identity as Unitarian Universalists.
We live out these Principles within a dynamic “living tradition” of wisdom and spirituality enriched by six sources.
A Living Faith
Whether in community with others or as an individual, active, tangible expressions of love, justice, and peace are what make a difference. Seven days a week, Unitarian Universalists try to live their faith by doing.
We create change: in ourselves, in the world. These are the ways we do it: