An inclusive approach
Although God may be a focus of collective worship, this is carried out in an inclusive spirit in such a way that a wide range of understandings of ‘God’ – real and metaphorical – can be accommodated.
The focus of the service may be simply the celebration of life itself, providing opportunities for an expression of the human sense of wonder.
The congregation can devise its own form of service, so there is a wide variety. In general, Unitarian services lack liturgy and ritual, but do contain readings from many sources, sermons, prayers, silences, and hymns and songs.
Worship will tend to use gender-inclusive language, as well as language and concepts drawn from a wide range of religious and philosophical traditions.