Unitarianism emerged from the New England Congregationalism at the turn of the 19th Century. Refusing
to recognize the doctrine of the Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit), they profess the single unity
of God. Universalism was a separate movement that emphasized Gods inclusive care for all people in the
world. In 1961 these two organizations, the Unitarians and the Universalisms, merged to form the
Unitarian Universalism Association.
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