Unitarian Universalist Association
The UU Association of Congregations
The Unitarian Universalist (UU) Association of Congregations is the primarily North American organizational body that congregations choose to be in relationship for the good of the whole UU liberal religious movement. We gather together once a year at a General Assembly to learn from each other, voice our opinions, and speak to the larger world. Unitarian Universalists across the rest of the world may choose to belong to the International Council of Unitarian Universalists (ICUU).
General Assembly 2017
General Assembly (GA) is the annual meeting of our Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Attendees worship, witness, learn, connect, and make policy for the Association through the democratic process. Anyone may attend.
Experience UUA General Assembly in Athens!
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Join UUFA Delegates in Athens and Portland along with thousands of other UUs from around the country (and the world!) for this year’s General Assembly. From June 25-28, through the magic of live and recorded streaming, you can see and hear both General Sessions (formerly Plenary Sessions) and worship services in the Fellowship Hall and Sanctuary. Evening events such as the Opening Celebration and Synergy Service will be rebroadcast the next morning.
Sunday, June 28th, will begin a day-long GA experience with the Ware Lecture replay at 9 am, followed by a UUFA recreation of the GA Service of the Living Tradition, continuing into a live stream of the GA Sunday Morning Worship, General Sessions, and Closing Celebration. (These selections are subject to change.)
If you would like more information on General Assembly or the business agenda please go to www.uua.org/ga. If you have any questions about the GA Experience in Athens or would be willing to help with refreshment and meal setup on Sunday please contact Lee Cornell.
The Unitarian Universalist Association shall devote its resources to and exercise its corporate powers for religious, educational and humanitarian purposes. The primary purpose of the Association is to serve the needs of its member congregations, organize new congregations, extend and strengthen Unitarian Universalist institutions and implement its principles. The Association declares and affirms its special responsibility, and that of its member societies and organizations, to promote the full participation of persons in all of its and their activities and in the full range of human endeavor without regard to race, color, sex, disability, affectional or sexual orientation, age, or national origin and without requiring adherence to any particular interpretation of religion or to any particular religious belief or creed. Nothing herein shall be deemed to infringe upon the individual freedom of belief which is inherent in the Universalist and Unitarian heritages or to conflict with any statement of purpose, covenant, or bond of union used by any society unless such is used as a creedal test.
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