Harmony Springs is part of a 200-year-old movement that was formed on the American frontier by people fed up with denominations and factions separating people based on habits, dogma, and preferences. They wisely decided that unity should be central and first - that any other belief would fall far secondary to their focus. They understood that people would, by nature, be forming their own beliefs and should have permission and freedom to do so.
A motto of the early movement, "In essentials, unity; in opinions, liberty; in all things love." Harmony Springs is a place of community that brings individuals together to focus on spirituality. So, even when pastors, teachers, leaders, and members vocalize their ideas, they speak for themselves. Individual convictions, even when articulated from individuals holding positions of leadership, come secondary to the collective voice.