Photographs from conversations at the 2018 UUA General Assembly, plus dialogue prompts the Board of Trustees posed about essential features of Unitarian Universalism and visions for its future.
People meet in breakout groups to discuss questions posed by the UUA Board of Trustees during the 2018 General Assembly in Kansas City. (© 2018 Nancy Pierce/UUA)
General Assembly attendees met in breakout groups (above) to consider and discuss the following four questions. We invite you to discuss them in your own congregation:
The Rev. Gail Seavey (left), of Nashville, Tennessee, and the Rev. Dr. Deborah Pope-Lance, of Wayland, Massachusetts, win the UU Women’s Federation’s 2018 Ministry to Women Award “in recognition of their prophetic persistence over the years that has kept the issue of clergy sexual misconduct within Unitarian Universalism within our public consciousness.” (© 2018 Nancy Pierce/UUA)
The Rev. Michael J. Crumpler explains the UUA’s revised Welcoming Congregation program during one of two GA poster sessions, a new innovation this year. (© 2018 Nancy Pierce/UUA)
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Sonja L. Cohen is deputy managing editor of UU World and a lifelong Unitarian Universalist.
The messages we send
Too often, the idea that marginalized people cannot and should not expect to be fully and sincerely included in the fabric of our communities is reinforced by each of us.