Our Mission and Vision
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Waynesboro began in 1955 as a place where people can practice liberal religion in the Shenandoah Valley. Unitarian Universalism has roots in Jewish and Christian traditions, but it is a creedless faith. We believe that there is no single religious path, and each person has the right to pursue an individual quest for truth and meaning.
Please visit the UUFW Mission Survey to help us craft a new mission statement to guide our fellowship in the coming years. The following is the Vision Statement that was developed last spring and which was adopted by the Fellowship at the June annual meeting.
EXPLORING – We provide a place and an atmosphere where people may practice liberal religion founded upon individual freedom of belief. Each of us is responsible for our personal spiritual journey.
CARING – We offer emotional and spiritual support within a caring community of members and friends.
NURTURING – We provide a nurturing environment where children can question and grow to develop their own religious beliefs.
SHARING – We embrace the cause of a united world community through love and service to humanity.