This society is a fellowship of free minds in the study and practice of liberal religion, the development of the human potential of its participants, and the building of a better local and world community.
All people who share the purpose and spirit of this Society are welcome as members, regardless of race, color, creed, sexual preference, or national origin.
Like most Unitarian Universalist congregations, South Valley UU Society is a spiritually diverse community. Our members identify themselves as Jewish, Humanist, Taoist, Christian, Pagan, Atheist, Deist, Monotheist, Agnostic, and “none of the above.” In general, though we believe that there is no single religious truth and that life is a spiritual journey best experienced with others. We also strive to be ethnically and sexually diverse, and we welcome those of any ethnicity or sexual orientation.