A Unitarian Universalist congregation can include Christians and Buddhists, Muslims and Jews, Native American traditionalists and others. Some Unitarian Universalists say they are 'spiritual but not religious.' Others identify themselves as being free thinkers, humanists, skeptics or agnostics. What brings Unitarian Universalists together is the desire to enjoy life while doing some good in the world.

Five Smooth Stones of Liberal Religion

When the foundation for our church building was being prepared, five smooth stones were added, to provide support for our congregation. James Luther Adams, who was one of our great teachers, identified the five pillars that reinforce the work of liberal churches. In recent years the stones have received names. For the Tarpon Springs church, the stones were marked LOVE, HOPE, JUSTICE, COURAGE, and JOY.