UNITARIANS EXPLORING SPIRITUALITY
Unitarians are often exploring to learn more about themselves and their spirituality. Below are a few sites that should prove of interest. In addition, we would recommend that you explore items included in this LINK where you will find websites that focus on faiths (and non-faiths) that many Unitarians find important in exploring their own spiritual paths.
Church of the Larger Fellowship
This is an American group that provides education and a community for Unitarians world-wide who are too remote to attend a church or fellowship, although anyone can take advantage of their offerings.
This blog features spiritual material of great interest to many Unitarians. The theme of the site quotes a non-Unitarian (Father Dominic Garramone) saying, “It is the daily dew and the light afternoon shower that keeps the garden of our souls growing, rather than a once-a-year downpour of grace.”
Although our Unitarian faith grew up in South Africa over 150 years ago, it was influenced significantly by Unitarian groups in other parts of the world. This Wikipedia article, which is primarily about the American version of our faith (Unitarian-Universalist), may be useful in learning more about our roots overseas.
UU World is a publication of the Unitarian Universalist Association of 1000 congregations in the United States. “UU World’s mission is to help its readers build their faith and act on it more effectively in their personal lives, their congregations, their communities, and the world. To this end, it strives to be not only informative but also useful, provocative, and even prophetic.”