Definition of Unitarian Universalism in US English:

Unitarian Universalism


  • The religious denomination formed in 1961 by the merger of the Unitarians and the Universalists.

    • ‘The roots of Unitarian Universalism are therefore both religious and American.’
    • ‘Contemporary Unitarian Universalism has no creed and is an alternative to creed-based religions.’
    • ‘All these and a multitude of other beliefs abide in Unitarian Universalism.’
    • ‘Other panelists represented Roman Catholic Christianity, Brahma Kumari, Hinduism, Baha'i, Unitarian Universalism, Jainism, Protestant Christianity, Sikhism and Islam.’
    • ‘One of the most striking features of Unitarian Universalism is the fact that our liberal religious movement does not impose a creed, or set of common beliefs, about spiritual matters.’


Unitarian Universalism

/ˌyo͞onəˌterēən ˌyo͞onəˈvərsəlizəm/