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Unitarians meet in St. Louis

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By Matt Sepic, KWMU

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St. Louis – Nearly 5,000 Unitarians are expected in St. Louis this week. The Unitarian Universalist Association is holding its annual convention here. They'll be talking about everything from theology and social issues to running a church office.

Unitarians believe truth can be found in a variety of religious traditions, but Unitarianism has no creed of its own.

KWMU's Matt Sepic spoke with the Rev. William Sinkford, who heads the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Sinkford said the UUA combines two uniquely American religious traditions that go back to the early years of the republic.

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