Board & Governance
How UUFA is Organized
Governance and Ministry
UUFA, a mid-size congregation, uses a ‘Governance and Ministry’ structural model developed by independent consultant Dan Hotchkiss, formerly with the Alban Institute. The Board’s primary responsibilities include setting policies, monitoring finances, stewarding buildings and grounds, and some employment oversight. The Board delegates to the Minister, Ministry Council, and Staff, responsibilities regarding programs and the daily management of the Fellowship. The Minister also serves as Chief of Staff.
Click here to learn more about this governance model directly from Dan Hotchkiss.
Board of Trustees
Nine members make up the Board of Trustees, plus the Minister serves as an ex-officio member. Members serve three year terms, with the exception of the Treasurer and Secretary who may serve shorter terms.
Click here to learn more about the Board of Trustees and recent Board actions.
Click here to go to download various UUFA governance documents.
Click here for more information about the Ministry Council and Lay Ministers.