What do we believe?
How do we verbalise our faith?
What words do we use to express our core values and beliefs?
How do we articulate that which cannot be explained yet is known intimately?
Affirmations or Statements of Faith are created when we bring our faith into words.
They may be used in acts of gathered worship or for personal reflection.
Rather, it is a correlation of the most empowering truths found in religious texts and the discoveries of science.
We start with the simple proposition that God, known to many by many names and traditions, is an immediate Presence not only around but also within every person.
We believe in a power greater than ourselves.
We believe that an invisible law, force, and intelligence governs everything in the universe.
We, as individuals, endeavor to discover our immediate relationship to that Power and become partners in Its activities
A Litany of the Circle — Tom Hanson and Loretta Whalen (adapted)
What we believe — Center for Spiritual Living, Seattle, Washington USA
God is not a she…not a he — Brian Wren
Who is God? — Eleanor Hubbard, USA
A Credo for Christians — Jim Burklo, USA
Prayer for our magical world — Hartwell Church of Christ, Melbourne, Australia
Life’s connecting strands — Liz Grant, Salisbury, United Kingdom