The Foothills Unitarian Church aspires to be an inclusive community where we celebrate and respect similarities and differences among individuals and families. We do not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, physical disability, age, national origin, religion, physical appearance, or political affiliation.
We are a caring community bringing spirit, love, justice, learning and reason to the congregation and to the larger world. We aspire to be a community in which all can work and worship together in a trusting, nurturing place, free from harassment or exploitation of any kind. As part of this mission we strive to provide a safe environment for all, especially the children, youth and vulnerable adults who are entrusted to our care.
The Foothills Unitarian Church is committed to creating an environment for members, volunteers, and children that reflect our values, our principles and our covenants. These expectations apply to all, including groups using or renting our facilities, and ensure a secure and nurturing environment in which infants, children, youth and adults can learn, share and participate in our community.