The purposes for which the American Unitarian Conference is organized are:

  • To promote the Unitarian faith;
  • To educate its members, congregants and the public about Unitarian values, history and religious tradition;
  • To develop Unitarian educational, theological, spiritual and inspirational material for the benefit of its members, congregations and the general public;
  • To promote charitable acts and causes;
  • To foster fellowship and goodwill among its members, congregants and the public;
  • To promote reason in religion, religious tolerance and freedom of conscience;
  • To promote the moral, ethical and responsible exercise of free will;
  • To promote a free society; and
  • To further such other purposes as are exempt purposes within the meaning of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 or the corresponding tax section of any future federal tax code.