In the love of truth, and in the spirit of Jesus, we unite for worship of God and the service of man.In 1961 the Universalist Church of America merged with the American Unitarian Association to form the Unitarian Universalist Association .
See J. F. Clarke, Manual of Unitarian Belief (20th ed. rev. 1924) D. W. Howe, The Unitarian Conscience (1970) S. E. Almstrom and J. S. Carey, ed., An American Reformation: A Documentary History of Unitarian Christianity (1984) D. Robinson, The Unitarians and the Universalists (1985).
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