Our Unitarian Universalist tradition affirms a commitment to freedom. Each independent congregation is self-governing, free from control by a higher Church authority. Decisions about what happens here on Whidbey are made here on Whidbey. Likewise, members of this covenanted community are free to form their own beliefs and to participate and contribute in the manner they deem appropriate. While we seek to walk together, our paths are uniquely our own. UU ministers, too, are free from imposed constraints, guided by conscience, and called to preach and teach the truth as they see it.
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