Unitarian Universalist Congregation

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727 Rinehart Road
Miami, Florida 33128

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786-332-5227

At the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami, we place great significance on:

Interracial cooperation

Interfaith dialogue

Social action against oppression and injustice

Our History

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami part of the Unitarian church that was first established in the 1930s. The church was later chartered as part of the American Unitarian Association in 1939. This period marked the rise of the Nazi regime and the night rides of the KKK in various Southern cities of Florida.

The organization began as a response to racial and religious intolerance and hatred. The idea to start the Unitarian Universalists was first brought to the forefront by Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, who aimed to reduce emotions and strife from racial and religious injustices.

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami has continued to foster interracial cooperation, interfaith dialogue, and social action against oppression and injustice everywhere.

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami will be 83 years old on April 25.

FAQs

Are you a Christian group?

Yes, the majority of us are Christians. Accordingly, encounters with the spirit of Jesus as the Christ inform our religious lives. However, we also believe in freedom, love, and acceptance for all.

What do you believe in?

Simply put, we believe in freedom of religious expression, peaceful coexistence, and tolerance for all. We also believe in the never-ending search for truth.

Why would someone join the Unitarian Universalists Congregation of Miami?

We all have different reasons. However, to join us means coming with an open heart and mind to worship and seek what is sacred in society. You join in honoring and welcoming diversity.

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