High Plains Church Unitarian Universalist

Who We Are

High Plains Church is a member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association. Unitarians and Universalists trace their original beliefs to the earliest days of the Christian Church but emerged from the Protestant Reformation as separate churches. Unitarians believed in the unity or single aspect of God while Universalists believed in universal salvation.

Unitarians and Universalists practiced their faith in this country for more than three hundred years. Many of the founders of the United States of America and those who were involved in the struggle for social change, such as President John Adams, President John Quincy Adams, Paul Revere, Horace Mann, Susan B. Anthony, and Clara Barton have been Unitarians or Universalists.

The two churches formally united in 1961 as the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Today, the Unitarian Universalist faith is guided by comprehensive principles founded on love and respect. High Plains Church Unitarian Universalist welcomes all people regardless of race, color, creed, gender, age, affectional or sexual orientation, ability, ethnicity, or national origin.