Unitarian Universalism (UU or UUism) is a liberal religion that takes a strong place of foundation in the history of the United States. America is a perfect spawning ground for newfound religions, and with its inception founded on the principles of religious freedom, religious communities like the Unitarian Universalists have thrived in the country.
Core to the American identity is is the religious liberty that has expanded since its founding. The Christian Church—along with many other religions—were able to find new paths to worship, from religious movements combined with anti-racism, secular religious movements, the expansion of humanist movements, and anything in between, Americans would join together in creating new beliefs and leading new movements across America. Other religions like Judaism would also find distinct movements within the United States, and the commitment to faith of all kinds stands to this day.
It is through the means of diversity that a sense of justice, belief, and faith is delivered via religion in the United States. Through religious liberty, experimentation in community and congregation, and sheer innovation, some of the world's newest and most interesting religions can be found throughout North America.