Our religion's roots are in the Judeo-Christian traditions but there is no requirement for our members to acknowledge a creed, or a statement of beliefs, to attain membership. In fact quite a few of our members are associated with many of the world religions, and each is encouraged to find his/her own theology based on life experiences. We celebrate our diversity which unites us.
Membership is accomplished by a person's signing the Membership Book in the presence of the minister or a member of the Board of Trustees. This act of commitment has a solemn significance. It commits the individual to the support and participation in congregation affairs and involves the individual in congregational matters.
Membership Chair is also a member of the Committee for Uncommon Denominations.
There are UU classes for new members and friends of UU who are interested in wanting to know more about Unitarian Universalism. For the next series of sessions, please contact Angelika Schlieper: Membership Chair.
Send an e-mail to contact the UU Society here in Ormond Beach, FL.
For more information about our Congregation
see the booklet "Our Congregation"